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1 Indie Anthems Mixtape Curates List of Artists That Deserve Deals After CMJ Music MarathonReleased at CMJ Music Marathon in New York City this week Indie Anthems Vol 9 deliverstastemakers a curated hit list of artists worthy of deals at CMJWhen music fans and industry tastemakers look for new artists to add to their rosters and playlists, theyoften turn to industry-curated indie compilations to find up-and-coming artists recognized by themedia, record labels and PR companies At CMJ Music Marathon in New York City this week, WiFiPR Group released its digital mixtape, Indie Anthems Vol 9, the latest installment in their respectedindie seriesCMJ Music Marathon, held this year in venues throughout New York City from October 21-25, is a 4-day and night festival that draws over 125,000 attendees from around the world This year, CMJ boastsover 1300 artists playing over the 4 day period, at over 80 venues throughout New York City and itsburroughs This years usual music lineup at CMJ , though comprised of both emerging artists andmajor-label headliners, is as varied and as seemingly well-received as ever Headliners include ColdWar Kids, The Kills, SlowDive, and Saint Pepsi-who also happens to have an exclusive track featuredon Volume 9 of Indie Anthems WiFi PR was there to pass out copies of Indie Anthems Vol 9 toindustry experts and fans interested in this lineupWhile many of the 3,500 download cards of Indie Anthems Vol 9 that WiFi PR will hand out at CMJMusic Marathon will be to festival attendees, most copies will fall into the hands of the industrytastemakers who either have the power to license the music that Indie Anthems curates or to deem itbuzz worthy and legitimize it to a massive herd of digital music consumers ie fansWhile most mixtapes, particularly for independent artists, are created for music fans alone, WiFi PRcurated the Indie Anthems series to suit the attention and agendas of those who are on the pulse ofwhat’s next in the world of music These are the people who shape the landscape of popular culturetoday and predict the trends that are coming nextBetween YouTube, music streaming services, blogs and other online music and media outlets, theamount of music available overwhelms music lovers and experts, and it can be difficult to wadethrough it all to find what moves and intrigues them most Indie Anthems Vol 9 introduces a variety ofartists including Saint Pepsi, an emerging artist in the newly coined “vaporware” genre, who hasbecome the darling of the underground press while making a name for himself amongst industry vetsIn addition to being one of the most buzzed about headlining CMJ, he also has the lead off on IndieAnthems Saint Pepsi contributed an exclusive track, “Tonight” from his Illuminated Paths cassetteonly release From the first moment you hit play, Indie Anthems Vol 9 represents an array of genresSavant (“Rise Up”), an EDM artist reminiscent of a cross between Aphex Twin and a modern Pop-Artversion of Mozart to South Korean electronica artist, HEO (“Luna”), who is often compared to a maleversion of SIA, for example, take starkly different perspectives of electronica music Fast forward afew tracks and your headphones are armed with Swiss folk-pop princess, Ursina-who excels at pullingyou in with her pop sensibilities on (“Fit In ”) This is in direct contrast to fellow singer-songwriterMarty O’Reilly (“Cold Canary Gaslight”) with his haunting “Tom Wait-esqe” soulful howls, mournfulguitar, and backing band who’s looks and chops are reminiscent of something off of the ‘O BrotherWhere Art Though’ soundtrackAs for rock artists, there are plenty of varieties of such including Israeli surf pop band, RPS Surfers(“IGaza”) who offer a psychedelic surf rock bent reminiscent of a spy movie where Dick Dale meets 2 James Bond Parole Perse (“Labyrinth”) follows the progressive hard rock route while moving thelistener with lyrics that demonstrate tortured and hell-bent emotions Royal Red Brigade (“20/20”) alsomaintain a fierce presence in the rock bands line up with its brand of punk rock rally music Fans ofThe Beatles, Damian Marley and Portishead will be adding tracks from The Sun And The Moon(“Geneva”), while Kai Killion’s (“Drip”) could easily be the next most added track on AAA radio(“Ghost”) by Chicago singer-songwriter is another strong track for AAA radio (“Feel Alright”) bySection Z artist, SirensCeol is already a club anthem in growing communities All of the artists on IndieAnthems exemplify the breadth of scope for independently produced music today—ranging fromelectronica to rock to punk to pop—much of which can be heard on this albumIndie Anthems Vol 9 is now available for download on its Bandcamp page for a limited timeAbout Indie Anthems Vol 9Savant- Rise UpSaint Pepsi- ToniteHeo- LunaSirensCeol - Feel Alright (Original Mix feat Jeff Sontag)Trinity Ward - MayakSilvaSound - Move OutKai Killion- DripMarty O-Reilly - Cold Canary GaslightUrsina - Fit InThe Sun And The Moon - GenevaKevin Carling- GhostRoyal Red Brigade- 20/20RPS Surfers- GazaParole Perse - LabyrinithNyentek - I Can Make Long ListsThe Mica Project - Rats With WingsIndie Anthems Vol 9 Bandcamp: https://indieanthemsbandcampcom/album/indie-anthems-vol-9Indie Anthems Bandcamp: indieanthemsbandcampcomMedia Contact:Alisa St RockWiFi PR Group8006146473 Ext1wifiprgroupgmailcomwwwwifiprgroupcomAbout WiFi PR GroupWiFi PR Group, wwwwifiprgroupcom, based in Los Angeles, CA, is an innovative marketing force inthe interconnecting worlds of Philanthropy, Business and Entertainment Specializing in digitalpublicity and branding, WiFi PR works closely with its clients to create business to business andbusiness to consumer campaigns