Twitter’s Theme Tune by Marcome on Environmental Graffiti

April 6, 2010 by  
Filed under Marcome in the News

Twitter’s Very Own Theme Tune

Twitter Love Tree

Twitter Love Tree

Canadian singer songwriter Marcomé takes social networking to a whole new level. Inspired by Twitter’s success and the friends she has made there, she’s composed and produced a song dedicated to the popular microblogging site – an ode to Twitter so to speak whose eternal message of love, understanding and connecting in our ever more complicated environment can also be understood by someone who has never twittered before. Her inspiration? Nature, and maybe a bit of EG we like to believe.

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I Twitter you some love and gratitude!

February 17, 2010 by  
Filed under Ambient Music

-11I simply must say thank you to all my wonderful friends and fans – both old and new. Since 2009, I have been touched deeply by your kindness and amiability ! You rejuvenated my hope in humanity if I might say… Twitter me some Love could be resumed by “Love the self like others” and also “Love and do what you want” quotes from the well known Jesus and St-Augustine! I’m sending you hopeful thoughts and prayers, please, be good to yourself, you deserve the best! Marcomé ♥

 

“Twitter Me Some Love can be seen as a postmodern song that reflects the integration of social media and social networking into our lives. The video features various icons from around the world, from where one could possibly receive love. In times of recession, wars and earthquakes, Twitter Me Some Love is refreshingly pleasant and playful.”


 

Twitter Me Some Love!

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The Making of Marcomé’s Twitter Me Some Love Song and Music Video

February 4, 2010 by  
Filed under New World Music, News - Nouvelles

-11I really started using Twitter in 2009, and it has changed my life. I met kindred spirits I never imagined possible. I’ve never been able to talk about such a wide variety of subjects and share my feelings and ideas about music all at the same place! I enjoy the direct and immediate contact and feedback that I have with my followers and fans.

If you would have told me that my best friends at work would be from all over the world years ago, I would have said, “How”? Now I know…. Twitter!250twitter

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