Marrow Announces “Sunshine Enema Cures Anything Contest”
December 2, 2009 - San Francisco, CA -Are you ready for a blast of UV dBs where the sun don’t shine? Well here it is. Marrow proudly announces the “Sunshine Enema Cures Anything Contest,” to support the launch of their latest studio release, Sunshine Enema. The San Francisco Chronicle calls Marrow’s Sunshine Enema “an upbeat electro that could be the soundtrack to an action sci-fi film. They're like a Top 40 Atari Teenage Riot.”
Electronic Dance Group Marrow recently released their sophomore album Sunshine Enema in both CD and collectable Marrow-monogrammed ‘posterior pill-shaped’ 1GB USB flash drives, both replete with dance beats guaranteed to flush out any impurities in your system in a launch campaign the San Francisco Chronicle referred to as “Brilliant.” The Sunshine Enema Master Cleanse Kit ships in a prescription bag complete with dosing instructions. It contains eight original tracks in digital formats, smartphone and desktop wallpapers, along with other surprises that are perfect for brightening you up from the inside out.
Just answer these questions on your Twitter feed, Facebook wall, Myspace or Blog.
Send Marrow the link before Noon on Monday, December 7, 2009, to email@example.com. Winners will be selected and announced at a special International Music Industry Event in San Francisco.
Marrow’s fusion of inalienable musicianship and technology draws inspiration from ground-breakingly diverse and theatrical artists like Nine Inch Nails, Depeche Mode, Fischerspoonerand Aphex Twin. Marrow’s amalgamation of influences, from Industrial, to Electronic, to House, combine to create riveting, layered, and captivating hook-laden dance songs and live performances often described as “living art.”
Do geeks rock? Marrow will perform live in San Francisco, on December 9, 2009 at the Great American Music Hall, in support of Silicon Valley Rocks! (http://svrocks.com). All proceeds will be donated to Music in Schools Today (MuST), a Bay Area non-profit that seeks to rescue music programs from budget cuts. Order tickets online at: http://svrocks09.eventbrite.com
For additional information, and to receive a review copy of Sunshine Enema, please contact Christopher BUTTner, above.