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Jennifer Allison
PR - Transcendental Music
O: (704) 785-0079

Transcend Radio
Live365's Transcend Radio

Transcendental Music
(non-profit music label; by choice)
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BREATHE by Kemo the Blaxican
Transcend Radio Single of the Day.


May 14, 2013 - Los Angeles, CA -- As part of the Transcend Radio Network launch, on Live365, TMusic will release a digital single per day from each of our DJs for the next 30 days (see DJ list and show times listed below). The songs will be exclusive to ITunes with the profits going to support the DLF programs. Today's single is Breathe by Kemo the Blaxican.

After spending time at several school events including DJing prom for the students of Semillas Community School, Kemo has requested that all the funds raised by his single stay in E. Los Angeles supporting this school and their students using Quite Time.

To help spread the word, please share this info and ITunes link with your friends, family and other social platforms. Breathe by Kemo the Blaxican - Exclusively on iTunes.

"Please help us spread the word about Transcend Radio to support the David Lynch Foundation."
- Jason P. Rothberg / Transcendental Music

Kemo The Blaxican is a former MC and lyricist for West Coast Latin hip hop pioneers, "Delinquent Habits." Before Kemo went "solo," he was most notable as the brainchild of Delinquent Habits (DH), who happened to also be the only Spanish-fluent MC in the group. He spent twelve years with the collective, with whom he released four albums, and took the Delinquent sound around the world. In 1996 the group struck gold with their very first single "Tres Delinquentes," a song that masterfully fused a traditional mariachi sound (courtesy of Herb Alpert's "Lonely Bull") with the raw hip-hop backdrop of the streets. The sound was a breath of fresh air in a stale rap scene, and opened a new creative doorway into which many other Latin hip hop acts would follow.

Kemo The Blaxican talks with TMusic.

Q. What is your first music memory?
A. I can remember being 7 years old and taking what felt like long drives with my mother in her 74' Chevy Nova while listening to KRLA Oldies Radio. Later when I was 9,I got a taste of performing live when I performed in a school play named after the Stevie Wonder album "Songs In The Key of Life" I played a member of "Earth Wind and Fire" and we performed and lip sang " their song "Sing A Song". I recall the School inviting Stevie Wonder to attend and though he didn't make it we did get Fred "Rerun" Berry of the TV Show What's Happening to attend. I thought that was real cool.

Q. Please name 5 of your favorite books.
A. James Redfield - The Celestine Prophecy, John Perkins - Confessions of An Economic Hit Man,Sal Williams - Shot Gun To Head, Dr. Seuss - What was I scared of,Shel Silverstein - Falling Up

Q. If you could change one thing about the world what would it be?
A. I would put an end to poverty. The earth has plenty to go around.

Q. What would you most like to be remembered for?
A. For being a stand up hard working family man that treated others equally across the board while killing it on the mic in two languages,MC-ing and creating music with substance in the Hip-Hop and Latin Hip-Hop music scene.

Q. What is your definition of family?
A. My wife,children and loved ones as well as my close and musical friends.

Q. What do you do to keep healthy?
A. Balance,moderation,meditation and exercise

Q. What's one thing you hope you've taught your children?
A. To respect the differences of others

Q. How did you first hear about the David Lynch Foundation ?
A. My friend and painter Michael Cano first spoke to me about the David Lynch Foundation and the TM program. Later I was invited to participate and contribute through my music to what I feel truly is a life changing gift for people..

Q. What was the inspiration behind your single "Breathe"?
A. I had lost my father not long before I wrote "Breathe" and thoughts of my father's passing and the little time we had to spend together while he was alive got me to thinking a lot about valuing our short time on earth. I had felt a great sense of loss when he died and I began reflecting on my own time with my kids,the memories we would build and the responsibility I have as a father to teach them to be the best human beings they can be. Sounds all mushy and what not but the song really grew from those thoughts.

Q. What brings you bliss?
A. It's the simple things really. Good times with my wife and kids friends and family,being creative in the studio,good food and drink and constant mental growth and progress.

Short description of your radio show:
My radio show will include variety of music from several different genres and artist that I feel helped shape my musical taste and ultimately played a role in influencing my artistic style. An eclectic series of music with substance that moved me in different ways through out my life.

Schedule for Week of May 13 - 18

    Sunday & Wed Nights:
  • 04 - 6pm AlterNative Native Wayne (Jobson)
  • 06 - 7pm Upside of Struggle Kemo The Blaxican
  • 07 - 8pm Random Shit Montgomery Messex
  • 08 - 9pm The Beach Chronicles Radio Noir,
  • 09 - 10pm Bobs House with Bob Forrest & Nate the Man
  • 10 - 11pm The Good Life Rob Patterson & Jeff Hilliard
  • 11 - 12pm The Tracii Guns Hour Tracii Guns

    Monday & Friday Nights:
  • 04 - 4:30pm Transcending the Creative Mind of the Songwriter (Phil Soussan & Chris Busch)
  • 4:45 - 5pm A.J. Croce (SXSW Interview w. Kimiko Tokita)
  • 05 - 6pm A.J. Croce Hour (A.J. Croce)
  • 06 - 7pm Get Out of Your Head (Heather Nova & Felix Tod)
  • 07 - 8pm Dusty Roads (Dusty Wright)
  • 08 - 9pm Woodstock Records Radio (Prof. Louie, Miss Marie & Jook of Edinburgh
  • 09 - 10pm Pink Ape Radio (Craig Wedren)
  • 10 - 11pm Sounds of Me (Bronxstyle Bob)
  • 11 - 12am Friday Night Live (we will broadcast a different live show every week)
    Tues & Sat Nights:
  • 04 - 5pm The Stephen Kalinich Show Stephen Kalinich
  • 05 - 6pm LiliLand Lili Haydn
  • 06 - 7pm Ghetto Jazz Soulful Bliss Show Paris Escavedo
  • 07 - 8pm 80's Flash Back Gardner Cole
  • 08 - 9pm Ben Sherman Hour - part 1 Neville Staple
  • 09 - 10pm Two Fingers Derwood Anderews
  • 10 - 11pm The Grand Bazaar Carmen Rizzo
  • 11 - 12pm Tim Peaks Tim Burgess

    Thurs Nights:
  • 04 - 4:30pm Michael Des Barres "Roots and Branches"
  • 4:30 - 5pm John X
  • 05 - 6pm Morgen Stary "On Topic"
  • 06 - 7pm Benji Rogers "PledgeMusic Rado"
  • 07 - 8pm Angela Mccluskey
  • 08 - 9pm Bruce Nathan
  • 09 - 10pm Jackie Martling
  • 10 - 11pm John Burton "The Johnny Burton Deep South Cocktail Hour."


About Transcendental Music, A Non Profit Label by Design
Transcendental Music (TMusic) is the premier charity record label founded by film maker David Lynch, drawing on its connections to the music community in an effort to raise funds for DLF's six charitable programs. TMusic features digital and physical product, limited edition collectibles, and unique music related product as the primary focus. Releases from TMusic range from high-profile compilations, to full albums from frontline talent signed to the label. TMusic's catalog is comprised of artist donated exclusive, unreleased, top quality recordings and collectible items which TMusic supports with holistic marketing strategies to generate revenue and highlight their unique place in the entertainment market, used to generate sales. The entire TMusic catalog raises awareness for the importance of TM practices. In addition to our high profile compilations, TMusic is currently signing frontline talent and releasing full albums from a single artist and/or band. Introducing and developing artists who can grow into sustainable brands and generate a viable revenue stream(s). It's these signings which will ensure deep TMusic's roots within the music industry for years to come.
About David Lynch Foundation
The David Lynch Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization, was established in 2005 to fund the implementation of scientifically proven stress-reducing modalities including Transcendental Meditation, for at-risk populations such as underserved inner-city students; veterans with PTSD and their families; American Indians suffering from diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and high suicide rates; homeless men participating in reentry programs striving to overcome addictions; and incarcerated juveniles and adults. The Foundation also funds university and medical school research to assess the effects of the program on academic performance, ADHD and other learning disorders, anxiety, depression, substance abuse, cardiovascular disease, post-traumatic stress disorder, and diabetes.
About Live365
Live365 is an internet radio broadcasting leader, having broadcast continuously since 1999. Live365 provides a complete end-to-end broadcast platform, including royalty coverage, and easy to use desktop and mobile software tools. Live365 is a network of choice for more than 5,000 internet broadcasters to reach, engage, and monetize their audiences easily, and at minimal cost. Live365 empowers individuals, musicians, talk broadcasters, non-profit organizations, businesses, brands, AM/FM stations, and anyone interested in sharing their passion with a global radio audience. Through the Live365 distribution network, broadcasters can reach millions of listeners worldwide via web, mobile, and streaming devices.
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