Two new acts have been announced for FuMPFest as well: Drew Jacobs and TV’s Kyle. Full list of guests on the site.
Pre-registration for FuMPFest goes up from $35 to $45 on April 1st and the room block for the hotel closes May 19th.
The great Luke Ski joins TV’s Kyle new show on Cartoon Network Might Magiswords as a Storyboard Revisionist. Here about it on Kyle and Luke Talk About Toons.
Nuclear Bubble Wrap released a video for their song The Agenda. A little song poking fun at those who fear a “gay agenda.” It was animated by ThePivottsXX.
Luke Ski released a video for his song The Twilight Zone too. It is about the TV show Twilight Zone, nothing about sparkling vampires.
Bonecage has done more on his YouTube channel as well.
Carla Ulbrich is using Indiegogo as a pre-sale to fund her next album. The album is written and mostly recorded already. Reward levels include skype guitar lesson, handwritten lyrics, concert in your living room, your name in liner notes, and a video of Carla singing, dancing, and raving about how great you are.
Marc Gunn has a Kickstarter campaign for new steampunk album Dragons vs. Pirates.
During February’s Album Writing Month TV’s Kyle wrote an entire album, recorded it, and now has it available for purchase. You can download it for only $5.
Harmonix announced the release of Rock Band 4 and is requesting song. Now Devo Spice is trying to get his song The Dumbest Song on Rock Band on there, so he is asking for everyone’s help in requesting it. Go to the request page, put in “The Dumbest Song on Rock Band” for the title, “Devo Spice” for the artist, and then click Submit.