As part of the relaunch, the website has been completely redesigned and revamped, while a brand-new editorial team has been put in place to roll out a dynamic calendar of written and filmed content through 2013, and beyond. This will begin with the recently commissioned Channel 4 series, ‘Random Acts’.
RFB has also unveiled its own new look YouTube channel, and will celebrate by hosting a rare Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds’ live stream performance from the Fonda Theatre, Los Angeles on 21 February. This exclusive sold out show marks the band’s forthcoming ‘Push The Sky Away’ album launch in the US.
RFB’s stream will be syndicated globally via a series of media partners worldwide, including Spotify, who are providing support in bringing the experience direct to fans across the globe as it happens.
Toby L, RFB founder and Creative Director at LoveLive said yesterday: ”Today marks an unforgettable day for Rockfeedback as it unveils a brand new look, team and editorial plan. The spirit of Rockfeedback has always been to champion and celebrate real artists of all backgrounds, whether through the written word, an on-camera interview, or a slot at one of our events – a truly immersive experience that we now seek to take to an entirely new level and scale.
“The fact that we’re kicking things off with not just a new design, but also a new C4 series and live stream of Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds – arguably one of the most important and influential bands of all-time – is an illustration of the standard that we’re looking to set here. 2013 will be a game-changer.”
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