Austin, TX, February 15, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Blastro Networks’ music entertainment site Roxwel.com releases new content for music lovers of all kinds. The original programming spans rock industry gossip, metalhead video analyses and interviews with Pela and Britt Daniel of Spoon. In other words, this Valentine’s week rocks. Skip the chocolate and spike your endorphin levels at http://www.roxwel.com.
Kristi Lee’s Dirrty Mouth runs the gamut from VH1’s Rock of Love 2 (or in her words, “Rock of Sluts II”) to Bonnaroo and the Grateful Dead’s Barack Obama benefit show to The White Stripes, Gene Simmons, the Beastie Boys and Motley Crue. To watch the queen of rock gossip tell it straight up, check her out: http://www.roxwel.com/show/dirrtymouth.html.
For you metalheads out there, Chuck’s Metal Supply is home to the latest in metal music videos. Taking a gander at Protest the Hero’s “Bloodmeat” from their just released album Fortress, Chuck also covers the ever changing mathcore New Jersey band, The Dillinger Escape Plan, and their newest video “Milk Lizard” from Ire Works. Stay up-to-date with Roxwel’s resident metal expert here: http://www.roxwel.com/show/metalsupply.html.
Roxwel’s Artist Commentary series features a band critiquing its latest music video, and this week Pela gives you a backstage pass to the making of “Lost to the Lonesome” from their most recent album, Anytown Graffiti: http://www.roxwel.com/show/artistcommentary.html.
Closing out the new content is Toby Ryan’s Uncut interview with Britt Daniel of Spoon before his solo performance at Emo’s in Austin. Toby’s casual interview style gives you a personal and unique glimpse of this ever-popular artist: http://www.roxwel.com/show/uncut.html.
Finally, a note to both hopeless romantics and cynics alike: Valentine’s Day (and sometimes love) is fleeting. Roxwel.com endures the ups and downs. Whatever your mood may be this week and beyond, you can always count on your next rush here: http://www.roxwel.com.
About Blastro Networks
Austin, TX, based Blastro Networks operates at the intersection of online music entertainment, covering everything from hot new music videos and industry news to its own original programming. Blastro Networks runs several different genre specific music websites that offer advertisers the most efficient means of reaching their target audience. Blastro.com (www.blastro.com) is an urban-centric site for hip-hop, Latin and R&B fans. Roxwel.com (www.roxwel.com) conglomerates rock, metal and indie entertainment, and Yallwire.com (www.yallwire.com) features country, bluegrass and Christian artists.