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JJ Gomez

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The best kept secret in music


"Song of the Day"

Award: "Let Me Go" wins Pop Punk Track of the Day
JJ Gomez's song, "Let Me Go" will be featured as GarageBand.com's Pop Punk Track of the Day on Tuesday, the 7th of March, 2006.

- www.garageband.com

"Reviewers' Picks awards!"

"Let Me Go" has won the weekly reviewers' picks awards of garageband.com in three different categories. During the week starting Monday March 6th "Let Me Go" will take home Best Production, Best Melody and Best Mood.
- www.garageband.com

"Song of the Day"

As a result of some very enthusiastic reviews, "Sick of This" will be Track of the Day at GarageBand.com.

For 24 hours on Friday, the 10th of March, 2006 (PST) "Sick of This" will be featured on GarageBand.com's Pop Punk front page. - www.garageband.com


An Hour and a Half Away from Home - 2006
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JJ Gomez's first single " Let Me Go" on XM Satellite radio now! Please go to www.radiounsigned.com for more info.


Feeling a bit camera shy


It’s funny to see that most artists, when asked about their music, often respond to it with the popular: “My sound is absolutely unique, like nothing you’ve ever heard before.” If this was to be a truly “unique” sound, it wouldn’t have any guitars, vocals or even sounds previously done by anyone or anything else. Even though some times it seems like it, music doesn’t just happen, it always has a purpose and a reason, it takes desire and a lot of inspiration; whether it is a sound of nature or our favorite song that makes us wanna stand up and sing out loud, we’re always influenced by something or someone else.

JJ Gomez is well aware of this and instead of trying to separate himself from any other kind of music, so that his own can be “absolutely unique”, he takes advantage of the wide variety of musical styles that he is passionate for, and combines them in such way, adding up his very own special twist, that the result is a surprisingly addictive familiar sound, but at the same time so fresh and new, that captivates the audience and keeps them so interested that it’s extremely hard to just stop listening to it.

Monotony is just the right word not to be included in these lines as JJ Gomez’s music is the perfect reflection of an inconstant variable that is constantly revealing a new side and keeps reinventing itself with every note. It’s quite amazing to realize that tracks like “Let Me Go” and “Confused” so different in nature can actually be part of the same album, and even more than that, written and performed by the same person. Tracks like “Sick of This”, “Late” and “Still 19” stick to your head so firmly that you just have to listen to them again, and again, and again.

“An Hour and a Half Away from Home” more than just an album, it’s a concept that involves emotions, creativity and a whole lot of talent from a self-taught musician whose lack of restriction towards music and self-expression has led him to make an astonishing musical creation.

An these lines could go on for ever as there are infinite ways to describe music, but in the end it all comes down to a very simple thing: A guy who is doing what he loves the most and wants to have an effect on as many people as he can, and the only way to find out if you’re part of these people is to grab his album and listen carefully to what he’s got to say.

For more info please visit www.jjgomezmusic.com