SUPERGOODMUSIC is a music blog and newsletter that currently operates exclusively out of Los Angeles, with a focus on the live music market and buzzworthy talent developing within it.  SUPERGOODMUSIC provides street level (and sometimes opinionated) access to the live music scene – through articles on emerging artists, occasional pre & post show interviews, concert videos and free ticket give aways. SUPERGOODMUSIC seeks to promote awareness of all music in and around Los Angeles and currently provides nightly information from over 40 nightly venues through the SUPERGOODMUSIC CONCERT BLAST. Sign up for the Concert Blast here.

In addition to Los Angeles, SUPERGOODMUSIC also covers the festival circuit. Through cutting edge, interactive and, on occasion, backstage exposuree of events – SUPERGOODMUSIC delivers the festival experience to those who couldn’t attend and those that want to relive it again.  SUPERGOODMUSIC has provided coverage of Jam Cruise, SXSW, Coachella, Wakarusa, Bonnaroo, Electric Daisy Carnival, HARD, Outside Lands Festival, Sunset Strip Music Festival, Sonic Bloom Festival, Lightning In A Bottle, CMJ, Pacific Festival and Filter Magazine’s Culture Collide Festival.  SUPERGOODMUSIC has also produced and hosted multiple showcases in Austin during SXSW including the famous Rooftop Riot with The Viper Room that featured Andrew WK, Star Death & White Dwarfs, Foster The People, Imagine Dragons and others, the G-Pen All Hip-Hop Showcase featuring Raekwon, Master P, Talib Kweli, G Eazy, Watch The Duck, and Trae The Truth, as well as the annual Music Tech Mash Up (thru 2012) which featured Far East Movement, Foster The People, Imagine Dragons, Penguin Prison and more.

SUPERGOODMUSIC continues to provide the scoop on L.A.’s talent and showcase emerging artists in California, Austin, TX (SXSW) and New York (CMJ).


Brandon DorskyBrandon Dorsky is the founder of SUPERGOODMUSIC; he also happens to be an attorney, filmmaker, talent manager and food entrepreneur (part owner of Yeastie Boys Bagels; part owner of Fruit Slabs).  Brandon’s roots in music are firm – he was a mixtape and party DJ at Shaker Heights High School (alumni include Kid Cudi, Machine Gun Kelly, founders of DFA) in Cleveland, OH, a former crate digger and used-record store clerk, a talent buyer at The Blind Pig in Ann Arbor, MI and a former electronic hip-hop artist/producer and DJ (@BoomD).  Armed with an unquenchable thirst for live performance and a desire to steer the ship that is music into the right direction, Brandon launched SUPERGOODMUSIC in spring of 2009.

Brandon Dorsky has worked closely with talent, in a managerial, agent and/or legal capacity for over a decade, and worked for various entertainment and media companies, including Mosaic Media Group, Dick Clark Productions, International Creative Management, Blind Pig Music, Film 101 Productions, G-Life, Lyynks Music, Songs For Film & TV, Opus One, AECG, The Service Company, 2+2 Management, Strangeloop Studios and several other entertainment attorneys in Los Angeles. After practicing in the Intellectual Property department of Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP, Brandon began representing his own clients in a managerial or consultant capacity through SUPERGOODMUSIC Management – launching the careers of several young artists, including Foster The People and began representing entertainers, entertainment representatives, entertainment companies and brands as an attorney through The Law Offices of Brandon Dorsky.  Read more about Brandon Dorsky’s legal practice at www.dorskylegal.com.   Brandon appeared and consulted on the hit series Entourage, as well as worked on several films, including as a music consultant supervisor on the feature film Monsoon and documentary Syndrome, and as a co-executive producer on the documentary Last Cup: Road to the World Series of Beer Pong.

Brandon Dorsky can be reached at brandon@supergoodmusic.com or for legal inquires at brandon@dorskylegal.com.  Brandon Dorsky is an attorney licensed to practice in the state of California.

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