• Sofia Nero of The Netherlands
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    - As seen in the Oct/Dec 2012 issue of The Indiegator, Page 16. Pictured from Left to Right: Watze Houtstra (Bass), Joerie Dekker (Guitar), Jehannes Reitsma (Vocals/Guitar)  and Jorn Kortooms (Drums). Official Website │ Facebook │ Twitter │ YouTube │ cdbaby Sofia Nero is not a female Singer, she is celebrated. Four men bring a musical tribute to her, the fatal woman that attracts any man into madness and devours him. The music is like her: a dark beauty, cross, wayward, unpredictable, captivating and compelling. The origin of the band is Tilburg Rock Academy and that is where they have learned. Musicianship goes hand in hand with a passionate stage presence. Challenging riffs, atmospheric guitars and poetic texts held together in a Spartan manner with tight and groovy drums are what you can expect during a performance from Sofia Nero. The result will probably be called Alternative Rock. There are several sources of inspiration to recognize, but Sofia Nero melts

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  • Interview with Fitz Roy G.
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    - As seen in the Oct/Dec 2012 issue of The Indiegator, Pages 51-54. Official Website │ Myspace │ Twitter │ YouTube │ deviantART by Kitty Y. Williams In our July/Sep 2012 issue we did a Meet the Artist front page feature on our friend Fitz Roy G. who helped design the first three covers of The Indiegator. Many of our readers begged to know more about the man behind the art. So for this issue, we decided to give the people what they want and share an Exclusive interview we did just for you guys! It is important that we mention Fitz Roy is not just a Comic Artist but he is also a Musician, and in this interview we discuss his love of both. Fitz, where are you from and where do you reside now? I’m originally from Western New York but have been living in Houston since 1998. What first got you into music? I needed an outlet to express pain that I never felt before. This woman broke my heart so I found a way of spitting on her without actually doing the act. Wow.

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  • G.U.L. Radio
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    - As seen in the Oct/Dec 2012 issue of The Indiegator, Pages 11-12. Listen Online │ Email G.U.L Radio │ Call In Line: (347) 215-9693 G.U.L. Radio aka Get Emm Unda Law Radio was started in June 2012 as an outlet for Real Hip Hop and they play “…Whatever the people want to hear, Signed and Unsigned!” The station is run by Christopher Magician Angel “Mag”, Wafu Malik Starr “Fu”, and Miss Free Williams. Show Line Up: Sunday “Wild Card Sunday” There’s no plan for Sundays we just do whatever!!! That’s why it’s called Wild Card because you never know what you’re going to get! Mondays “Behind Closed Doors” Miss Free plays all your favorite R&B… Signed and Unsigned Tuesday “Double Threat Tuesday” Fu and Mag bring you a Double Threat of fresh Underground and Industry Hip Hop Wednesday “Miss Free’s Late Nite Hump Off” Miss Free is keeping your Hump Day’s hot with all the Grown and Sexy

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  • VOTE or Hush 2012: UPDATE
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    Originally Posted 11/6/2012 @ 11:30am CST by Kitty Y. Williams For those of you who always have something to say, something to complain about, but never do anything about particularly political or government related issues, I say this to you from the bottom of my heart: Stop complaining about the government and all of its conspiracies and inequalities if you Refuse to vote to change it. Your action or inaction is still a choice, it matters either way. The policies will affect your life one way or another. So be smart, don't stay in the dark. Don't be fooled by hypocrites who tell you that you don't matter when they've already cast their votes. You matter. Good day and good luck. May the best Man win. God willing. ***Update*** Thank you for voting America! While I know that not everyone agrees, I do believe President Obama is sincere and will do his best to make our country a better America. Like him, I truly hope that all the Leaders of our country, regardless of

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  • Mfon’s Corner: The Untouchable Platinum
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    - As seen in the Oct/Dec 2012 issue of The Indiegator, Pages 64-66. Mfon's Facebook │ Email Mfon │ Platinum Facebook by Mfon Abel Ekene Sometimes our little dreams lead us to great things in life we could never have imagined. Yes, big ideas and brands sometimes emerge as a little thought but if the right actions are applied, it could become a great potential that takes us beyond our imagination. This has been the story behind an emerging American entertainment company that has two divisions namely, Platinum Untouchable Records and Platinum Untouchable Models. The beginning of Platinum Untouchable is very unique. The man behind it all is Eldonta McFadden who has been a big player in the showbiz world working with Paul Ring at Bungalo Universal Music group and also working with Artists such as Teddy Pendergrass, Lou Rawls Jr., Eddie Levert Jr. and others. Eldonta started Platinum Untouchable Records for few reasons: To give talented unsigned Artists he knows a direct

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  • R Dot’s Award-Winning Addiction
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    - As seen in the Oct/Dec 2012 issue of The Indiegator, Pages 18-20. Official Website │ Facebook │ Twitter │ YouTube │ Reverbnation In order to become Successful in this music industry, you must stand out more than the next guy. With his unique word-play and witty punch lines, accompanied by creative concepts and a versatile delivery, that is exactly what R Dot does. While much of the industry has become "commercial", R Dot found his own lane and is able to keep the commercial sound everyone loves without losing substance to his music. Substance/Meaning is one thing that most Artists seem to be lacking now-a-days, and the way I feel is if you’re not making music with substance, then you’re just making nonsense, I want people to relate to what I'm talking about. His undeniable talent certainly has people relating as well as talking about his Music! R Dot started writing his own music back in 2001 when he was 16. It wasn't until 2003 when he began to realize

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  • VonFrederick’s Ministry Through Music
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    - As seen in the Oct/Dec 2012 issue of The Indiegator, Page 26. by CK Productions Facebook │ Email Composer and Recording Artist VonFrederick was born in Houston, TX and has loved music all of his life. His original stage name was Cordoba Khan (CK for short). It came to be in 1980 at the age of 15 where he adopted ‘Cordoba’ from the car made by Chrysler; he later found that it also is a beautiful city in Southern Spain. ‘Khan’ derived from the greatly admired Chaka Khan whom he has admired since he was 14 years young. ‘Cordoba Khan’ was so harmonious that when he heard them pronounced together, he heard his destiny. As Cordoba Khan, in August 1987 he was a participant in the People’s Workshop for the Visual and Performing Arts, an annual local program that showcased Houston’s talents. Backed by a 3-piece band named Velvet Touch, CK won the first prestigious Sam Houston Sammy Davis Jr. Sammy Award in the field of Rhythm and Blues. During his youth,

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  • Lunden De’Leon Likes it Dirrty
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    - As seen in the Oct/Dec 2012 issue of The Indiegator, Pages 42-45. Official Website │ Facebook by Kitty Y. Williams South Carolina native (by way of Barbados) and Dirrty Records Founder/Filmmaker Lunden De'Leon has been featured in many Movies, TV series, Music Videos and several popular Magazines including Marie Claire, Black Enterprise, Entrepreneur Magazine and has now made her way over to grace the pages of The Indiegator  magazine. Lunden was certain she wanted to be part of the Music industry from the moment when she witnessed her father on stage as the lead singer in a Gospel Band. So the first chance she got, she packed her bags and headed to Hollywood with only $200 she saved up from her Burger King gig.  Uncertain of her future yet determined to overcome any challenges, including a brief stint of homelessness in L.A., De’Leon soon found a roommate that changed her life forever: I tagged along to a Modeling audition with my roommate. I wasn't

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