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Look for your boy, Pete Miser on track 13 of The Girl Who Got Away, the new full length album by Dido. The song is called “All I See” and features production and vocals by yours truly.
Click here to pre-order the album on iTunes.
Here’s a free download for all of you lovers out there. I’m on the fence about whether or not I should be charging for my music in this day and age. What’s your opinion?
Brooklyn Industries interviewed and featured me in their summer campaign titled “Jungle Fever.” Nice to be featured alongside Nelson George, one of my heros!
I’ve been missing in action since October of last year while I worked with Peter Nashel on the original score for the new CBS show, NYC 22. The show dramatizes the experiences of six rookie cops in New York’s 22nd police precinct. It was created by Richard Price and executive produced by Robert De Niro and Jane Rosenthal for Tribeca Films. Last fall and winter were the busiest I’ve ever been. Tune in on Sunday night for the debut of the show!
Directed by Brad Aldous, edited by Merge Creative Media and featuring choreography by Jeremy McQueen (Ailey School):
Come take a first look at the new music video for my song Honest Mistakes. Directed by Brad Aldous and edited by Merge Creative Media, the video features choreography by the quietly brilliant Jeremy McQueen (Ailey School).
While you’re at it, be one of the first to taste the artisan cocktails at the brand new Kinfolk Studios in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Owned and operated by extended Pete Miser family, Kinfolk has already become the official clubhouse of the discerning urban know-it-all!
- Honest Mistakes Video Premiere Party
- Kinfolk Studios 90 Wythe Avenue (and North 11th St) Williamsburg, Brooklyn
- Tuesday, …
The short version goes like this:
After six long years I have new album out! It’s called Honest Mistakes. You can listen to it here: www.PeteMiser.BandCamp.com and you can buy the hard-copy double-cd here: www.cdbaby.com/Artist/PeteMiser . I hope you check it out and I hope you dig it!
The long version goes like this:
It’s been six years since I released Camouflage Is Relative. In that time, so much has changed in the music industry that most artists are having a hard time figuring out which way is up. Independent artists such as myself, who also function …
Years before the Roots released their first album and a decade before the Dap Kings hit the scene, I was in a band called 5 Fingers Of Funk. Nine men strong with a full horn section and the incredible DJ Chill on the turntables, we lit up stages from coast to coast with a sound that was somewhere between A Tribe Called Quest and James Brown. In six years I did more than a thousand shows as the front man of 5 Fingers Of Funk. It’s safe to say that …
If you saw Alex Gibney’s riveting new documentary, Client 9: The Rise And Fall Of Eliot Spitzer and thought you heard some familiar voices during the end credits you were right! I wrote and recorded a Hip Hop version of the Frank Sinatra classic New York New York for the final scene and end credit sequence. The song is called “Higher Power” and features the powerful voice of my good friend, Maya Azucena. The song is featured in the trailer. The film is in theaters now!
Can you believe it took me this long to release my first 7 inch vinyl single? The rules of engagement were simple: Kathleen asked if I’d release a song through her label, No No Records. The only catch was, it had to be recorded on a 4 track. No computers allowed! She A Hippie is the result. There are only 300 in existence! In keeping with the old school theme, you can only get a (hand-numbered) copy by sending a check or money order for $20 to:
Ho-Made Media / P.O. Box …