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Mashed Buddha Taps MusicDish Network for Saturated Marketing Campaign

MusicDish, an Internet music magazine publisher and artist marketing development firm, announced the addition of Massachusetts-based electronica act Mashed Buddha to the MusicDish Network roster. A mixture of downtempo grooves, hypnotic electronica melodies, and jungle beats, Mashed Buddha's drum&bass debut "Subdue Your Mind" is an unexpected foray for creator & keyboard player John Corda who has performed jazz, funk, and rock for the last decade.
"John Corda set about to craft jungle and drum&bass beats and rhythms as the backdrop to an electrifying ambient and symphonic journey," noted "The result is a compelling and inspiring joint that works its way into your head analyzing your Zen status and applying a bit of a karmic good rub on your soul."

Mashed Buddha joins an eclectic roster of artists on MusicDish Network's marketing/artist development program, including Jazz chanteuse Mellani Day, African American Country artist Miko Marks and Astrella Celeste, daughter of the 'British Bob Dylan' Donovan. MusicDish Network will conduct an extensive saturated marketing campaign in support of "Subdue Your Mind", combining PR/brand development, syndicated marketing and online street teaming. In addition, Mashed Buddha will be aggressively pushed on social networking sites such as MySpace, YouTube and TagWorld (to name a few), while conducting a viral distribution campaign of selected tracks and videos on major file sharing networks such as eDonkey.

What the press is saying about Mashed Buddha:

"This is more great racing danceable music. What makes it stand out? It isn't gimmicky... If you're like me and come out of retirement and go to a rave about twice a year, this is the album you play when you're driving home, trying to stay awake and watching the sun come up. An instant classic. "
Joel Edelman, Agouti Music

"From the swirling, trance-inducing 'Spikes' to the Prince-ly overdrive of 'Edge,' it's clear that this one-man effort ... is as inspired as it is unconventional. "
Gary Carra, Nightcrawler, Valley Advocate

"A cool eclectic mix of stuff that teases your cortex in some way that I can't really describe... Very freaky spacy electronica."
Aural Innovations

"What do you get when you mix a cup of jagged beats with a spoonful of savory, funk-laden grooves? You guessed it, Mashed Buddha. Influenced by funk, rock, jazz, reggae, and drum 'n' bass, Mashed Buddha's electronic recipes are delectable. This sonic treat is also encrusted with downtempo goodness, which is good news for those into the more minimalist regions of the electronic music spectrum."
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MusicDish ( has been at the forefront of the digital music sector, publishing some of the industry's leading music magazine, including and Through the MusicDish Network (, it supports the development of artists and labels through saturated marketing and online brand development, whether online street teams or p2p viral distribution.

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