Casa Percussion, the world’s leading percussion company speciaizing in ethnic drums, will be Liquid Blue’s exclusive provider of world percussion instruments, such as those used on the album, Supernova.
Arms of Love was honored as Track of the Week on Feb 28th at Garageband.com, due to the outstanding reviews it has earned from listeners.
MakingAStar.com A&R service is featuring Liquid Blue as their featured San Diego artist this month. Making A Star is similar to TAXI A&R service.
Quote from www.Kweevak.com review: ” Supernova is an incredible assimilation of genres including alternative pop, dance, exotic rock and world tones galore.Liquid Blue paints a colorful canvas that starts with a rock base coat and builds on a blend of ancient and modern eastern elements. The music is up-tempo with a diversity of textures that upon first listen is light, yet their lyrics on all fourteen-tracks are deep and provocative.Liquid Blue is winning awards and praise for their magical merge of styles and their first release Supernova is explosive!” Full Review
“If You Gotta Ask” has won yet another award, being named one of the “Top-Five” songs this month in the Songwriter Universe Best Song of the Month contest.
The rising popularity of Liquid Blue is evidenced by the bands soaring web statistics. The site is averaging over 8000 hits PER DAY and over 200,000 per month. Liquid-Blue.com had over 1.5 million hits in 2004. The web site is ranked “4” currently at Google, which is a very high rank for a band site, which is typically a “1” or “2”. The site is powered by www.interdat.com. Statistics provided by Webalizer.
“Real”, the first radio single from Supernova, has reached it’s highest chart position to date. As of March 4th, 2005, the song is ranked as the #1 Hot A/C track in the nation amongst Indie label artists. Real is also at #4 on the NMW A/C chart.
The March 20th issue of Southbound Beat compares Liquid Blue’s treatment of Indian pop music to Gloria Estefan’s treatment of Latin pop music. Quote: “Liquid Blue seems to be taking Indian pop music and making it palatable to westerns the same way Gloria Estefan took Latin music beyond it’s usual audience”. Read Full Review
The band is back out on the road from March 28th to May 12th; this time touring Central America including several stops in Mexico, Costa Rica, Belize, Panama and the Cayman Islands.
The Music For Peace Project will sponsor Liquid Blue’s April 9th concert in Limon, Costa Rica as the band dedicates this show towards peace along with hundreds of other artists around the world who will simultaneously hold “Music For Peace” concerts.