MySpace launches Earwig TV for flagging up new talent

Digital Music, Web 2.0

MySpace has launched Earwig TV – a new channel that aims to promote the best new bands on the site.

The channel will showcase ‘exclusive video content’, saving you the hassle of searching for it. Personally I’m not comfortable with someone telling me who the best bands are on MySpace – but if you happen to be too lazy to search and want to see live footage and interviews with hotly-tipped acts, it;s all there.

The eleven bands featured on the profile at launch are Operator Please, Operahouse, Palladium, The Raid, IAMX, One Night Only, Milburn, The Thirst, The Duke Spirit, The Clik Clik and Alphabeat. If you want to be next on the roster, you need to contact ‘the talent hunters’ at MySpace to be considered.

MySpace Earwig TV

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Dave Walker
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