MyMusic show review

The internet is quickly becoming the new avenue for entertainment. For years, aspiring actors and actresses, musicians and more have been flocking to the internet to post their original work, whether its viral videos, music videos, or more. However, in recent years, internet videos have taken on a much broader, wider scope, with such properties as the Halo video game series and Battlestar Galactica bringing fourth original content and putting them on YouTube.

However, one channel has produced a truly unique series that showcases the raw talent and amazing writing that internet television has slowing become known to produce. That channel is MyMusic, an original series about a music company whose staff embodies a specific genre of music, and whose personalities seem to clash and get each other into various comic situations.

Created by YouTubers The Fine Brothers, the star studded cast of the show includes Adam Busch, (Men at Work, Buffy the Vampire Slayer), as Indie, the head of the company, whose style in music and life makes him the more obscure and obtuse of the group. Also rounding out the cast are stars Grace Helbig, (DailyGrace on YouTube), as Idol, the social media, pop loving social networking guru, Jarrett Sleeper as Metal, the angry, in your face family man, Chris Clowers and Tania Gunadi as Dubstep and Techno, Mychal Thompson as Hip-Hop, and Lainey Lipson and Jack Douglass as Scene and Intern 2. Each characters various passions and interests often clash in the office dynamic, but the problems always create hilarious, hijinks-ensuing situations that make for great television.

Filled with outrages comedy, special guest appearances from YouTube stars such as Shane Dawson and Ijustine, and comedy filled characters such as Bigfoot, Scarfman, and Metal’s 50’s housewife and their pop-driven  teenage daughter, MyMusic is a must watch internet sensation. It shows the power that internet entertainment is gaining as the technology continues to grow, and that quality entertainment is not restricted to movie theaters or television anymore. We here at On Request Magazine highly recommend that you check out this amazing, music fueled, pop-culture enhanced comedy series today.

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