“ its really good ”
“ I’m hoping for some good songs.. and i just found it here! ”
“ Austin Washington love youuuuu ”
Washington DC, United States
“(…)I’m sure you will find a number 1 hit one day! ”
Your music really made me think. I’ve been in some trouble, and haven’t been able to decide what to do. After listening to your song it clicked. I know what to do! Thank you so much!
I’ll be one of the first to buy your music!
Love and Cookies,
[Austin Washington] rulez! i think u r tottally cool!! work on your album and release it soon!!
i really like your music! put more on this site i will visit it often now !
Can I have an autograph? You guys are going to big!
“ i love you music ”
“ so johnlennonesque! ”
“ you are cool ”
fl Falkland Island
“ fucking sucks ” [Austin: Can’t win ’em all! But, then, she’s Gemini, maybe she’ll change her mind. And, um, I don’t think that’s her real pic! :D]
Rockville, CT, United States
“ this song is cool ”
Ha9 9ej, United Kingdom
WOW! I just heard that song and-WOW!- it really moved me. I think you guys are fab! Don’t change ANYthing! Keep up the fanTAStic work, sugar!
P.S. If you ever go on tour, pleeeeaaaaaassse try to make it to Georgia, honey!
Love and kisses!
the more i listen the more i like!!
Hi my name is elise and im 11 years old. i think you guyz are so talented and you rock! i hope you guyz make an album so i can buy it and listen to it everyday! bye peace out~ELISE~
Pop Music’s Music can be downloaded here. New stuff will be posted here (where you are now!)
Global Media decided to stake PopMusic.com on one quixotic idea: to make music better.
Lesser people would have taken their ownership of PopMusic.com as an opportunity to make millions by plastering naked photos of Miley Cyrus, and anything else associated with the brainless music called “pop music”, all over PopMusic.com.
That would, indeed, be the obvious thing to do.
But Global Media’s mavens had something more than mere magic up their sleeves. Don’t ape Rupert Murdoch, and dive for the dirt, they thought. Instead, why not use the power, influence, and audience of PopMusic.com, to help raise hearts, souls, and minds of people who would otherwise be jack-hammered down by the filth and spittle spewing forth the the factories which crank out the crud currently called pop music.
So, discovering someone considered a modern day Leonardo (the Renaissance version, not Dicaprio, thank God), a plan was hatched. Let the miraculous maker of music make music, and Global Media will let PopMusic.com do all the dirty work (as if by magic). Which is to say, direct the millions upon millions of people who search for pop music and end up on PopMusic.com, to something infinitely more sublime than “pop music” as that term is used by the barf-bags who spew it forth, today.
Austin, AKA Pop Music, is, objectively, exceptional, to say the least. Music pops into his head. Music that changes lives, uplifts, enlightens, rocks. With degrees from Oxford, called the “best speaker” by some who have heard hundreds (he has spoken, live, to more than 7 million people), he has inspired David McCullough and the Governor of Virginia to help promote his book (Austin’s first book, The Education of George Washington, has been called by early reviewers “completely unique”, “the depth of Gibbon, the wit of Wilde – a truly unique book, which, if it doesn’t become a classic, will say more about the world than it does about the book.”
In his spare time, Austin makes music that is a cross between Shakespeare, The Beatles, Dr. Seuss and Tchaikovsky, with a little Neil Young and Dr. Dre thrown in.
In other words, like nothing else on earth, but better than almost everything else.
Pop Music’s music has never been advertised (that would destroy, in his mind, its purity), nor promoted in any way (other than, perhaps, twice yearly emails to fans, friends, and followers, if something exciting and new has been put up (join here).
There is no press agent, nor PR.
There are no imagination destroying videos – (although a sort of whimsical videos are made, something like a cross between – well, like nothing else, to be honest.)
The one exception to the no promotion rule, of course, is the awesome power of PopMusic.com, attracting millions of people in search of sh*t.
A few of them – you, perhaps – after searching – you scalawag! – for sh*t, find PopMusic.com, and discover the light gleaming through a magnificent doorway to a new dimension of heart-filled soul-inspired music. Music that, for Pop Music, is a passionate weekend excursion, yet music that makes The Beatles seem like amateurs, Tchaikovsky like a street musician, Bach like an out of tune monkey grinding a broken pop organ.
Well, maybe not.
To compare Pop Music’s music with the sh*t that passes for “pop music” these days is not even possible.
Austin’s music, and pop music, are as different as pigs and penguins, poultry and poltergeists, paparazzi and popes.
In short, they have nothing in common.
Yet this is Pop Music’s mere…weekend excursion. Which is to say, he only makes it when he is not making television shows, writing books, or speaking to some of the millions of followers, fans, and friends. (Shhh…pass it on…)