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Atlanta, Georgia – The South by SouthWest (SXSW) Festival is one of the largest music, film and interactive conferences in the world, held annually in Austin, Texas. Since its start in 1987, it has evolved from a small gathering to a mega festival with thousands of visitors each year. Dead End Hip Hop (DEHH) has been a huge supporter of the festival and plans to partner with Anthony Fantano of The Needledrop to participate in a panel.
“DEHH has always wanted to be a part of SXSW in some shape, form or fashion, so when Fantano [Anthony] hit me up with this panel idea and asked if we would like to be a part of it, I jumped at the opportunity. “ says Kennith Inge, Founder of Dead End Media Group, LLC.
The panel entitled “Did the Internet Kill the Album Review” will explore “whether or not the album review is still a relevant tool for musical taste making in the Internet age”. Panel speakers will include Anthony Fantano (The Needledrop), Ken Inge and Myke “C-Town” Jamison (DEHH) and Daniel Gill (Force Field PR). For the panel to be selected, they must undergo a grueling nomination/voting process.
Both DEHH and Fantano have been doing huge pushes to encourage people to sign up and vote for them. Fans can vote for their panel to be selected by visiting the following link http://panelpicker.sxsw.com/vote/18396. Additional details about registration and other events going on with SXSW will be available on the site as well.
Dead End Hip Hop is a weekly YouTube (www.youtube.com/deadendhiphop) show that explores and discusses today’s hip-hop presence and its future – unscripted, raw and uncut. DEHH fans can check out the Dead End website for blog posts, articles, new artists and more.
The Needledrop (www.theneedledrop.com) is home of the Internet’s busiest music nerd, Anthony Fantano. His comedic and often insightful reviews have gained him recognition among the heavy hitters in the entertainment industry.
For more information about Dead End Media Group, LLC or The Needledrop, please contact Monique Inge at Monique@deadendhiphop.com
Dead End Hip-Hop’s mission is to create a community of hip-hop activists and thinkers. Dead End Hip Hop’s purpose is to provide thought-provoking discussions about hip-hop culture, music, and its way of life through conversation.
Again, here’s the link to sign in and vote for our panel: http://panelpicker.sxsw.com/vote/18396