Youtube To Stage Its Own Music Awards Show

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Music Forecast October 3-9: Twin Forks, Papa, Oh Land, and more

A link has been sent to your friend’s email address. 5 To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs YouTube to stage its own music awards show Marco della Cava, USA TODAY 12:01 a.m. EDT October 1, 2013 Guests will range from Lady Gaga to YouTube violin phenom Lindsey Stirling. Lady Gaga chats with Andy Cohen on Bravo’s ‘Watch What Happens Live’ on Sept. 11, 2013. (Photo: Bravo) Story Highlights The inaugural awards show will air live from New York on Nov. 3 – on YouTube, of course Jason Schwartzman will host Seven awards will be handed out based solely on online voting SHARE 272 CONNECT 170 TWEET 5 COMMENTEMAILMORE If YouTube has proven anything over the past eight years, it’s that humans are big-time voyeurs. And one of the things we like to watch most is music. From a pre-teen Justin Bieber starting a revolution from his bathroom to Psy making the world realize we all love Korean hip-hop, YouTube has launched artists that a few decades ago might never have broken out of their own backyards. To celebrate that power, the mother of all video platforms announced Tuesday that it would throw its first-ever YouTube Music Awards show on Nov. 3 on YouTube, of course.

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Many moons later, Dashboard frontman Chris Carrabba formed a new band called Twin Forks (alongside members of the Narrative, Bad Books and Manchester Orchestra), and that group has re-emerged with a sound that’s a lot closer to Americana than to emo. Twin Forks focuses on old-fashioned foot-stomping, mandolin-picking music, and you know what? It’s actually pretty good. Carrabba’s voice is well-suited to spirited folk rock almost suspiciously so, given the chorus-sing-along craze driven by Mumford & Sons. Still, one thing is sure: Unlike most young alt-folk bands making similarly themed music, Twin Forks has the benefit of knowing what to do with its instruments. Thursday, October 3, at the Riot Room (4048 Broadway, 816-442-8179) Papa If you ask the Internet, Papa is going to be the next big thing in indie music. In 2011, it released an EP titled A Good Woman Is Hard to Find, with lead singer and drummer Darren Weiss putting down vocals that recall the Clash at its most anthem-glorious. The recording is chock-full of robust, echo-y drumbeats and well-placed synths and arena-rock energy. Now the band is set to put out a debut full-length October 8, and it’s opening for Cold War Kids for most of that month before traipsing through Europe. So this is your chance to get a taste before things get obnoxious. In a year, you can say you saw Papa in the intimate Czar Bar, and then you can complain that the group is overrated. Friday, October 4, at Czar (1531 Grand, 816-421-0300) Oh Land A few years ago, I discovered Oh Land born Nanna land Fabricius in her native Denmark and thought that she was saving electronic pop music from itself.