Vienna, Austria (PressExposure) June 05, 2014 -- The Viennese musician and video producer ViennaCC published a music video with the song "The Beat" from his 18 track album "Dreamgirl". "The Beat" is featured in radio stations mainly in Europe and North America. ViennaCC: "To my surprise radio stations in South America play my song too."
The song is about ViennaCC nightly sitting at the computer and googling for songs and sounds to download. ViennaCC shot the video in his home in Vienna. ViennaCC: "I wanted to make something quick and dirty. Nevertheless I wanted to have fun shooting the video. As an independent artist I do not have a million dollar budget. So I shot the video in three hours with two cameras in one room. I have enough from bands on stage. All these music videos are simply the same concept. For this music video I just show what I sing about: my room, listening to music and get activated by the sounds."
ViennaCC put in some effects synchronized with the music. ViennaCC: "With my background as IT specialist I like to play with technical things. Boys and their toys..."
ViennaCC played in bands with various genres, from hardrock to dance music. ViennaCC's goal is short and melodious songs, with a kick of 60s style, but with modern sounds and sound effects. Musical roots are beat, pop and indierock. ViennaCC's goal to record songs that sound like the Beatles would sound today.
ViennaCC lives in Vienna, Austria, a bohemian lifestyle enjoying music and video production. ViennaCC: "I loathe stress. A waltz in my mind, but a rock guitar in my hand."
ViennaCC was 2x nominated for a New Music Award in Hollywood, awarded a medal by the International Society of Photographers and reached the semi-final at "Song of the year"-contest in Nashville.
Music video on YouTube: http://youtu.be/ikN2JPHmzII