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Updated 7-24-17

Welcome to Z Art Tones Dot Com, a cutting edge, solution focused, independent art and music venue where uniqueness is key. Here is how it works . . .


Z Art Blog is written for young aspiring visual and audio artists who have plenty of innate talent but find themselves in need of artistic direction, pointers for promotion and making connections, as well as maintaining motivation for the production of artwork. Go there now . . . (

Those interested in having their artwork featured on Z Artist Spotlight page should be watching for periodic submission calls on the ZATDC Promotions page. View the most recent featured artwork now . . . (

See the ZATDC Promotions page for art promotions, music promotions, creative gigs and job opportunities. Go there now . . . (

ZArtTonesDotCom has also served as webhome for the following entities:


Reflex Records 99 – an independent record label founded in 1999 in Nashville, Tennessee with the release of the full-length CD album, “Multiple Exposure” by “new blues” recording artist, Pam Brandis (see Nashville Scene Backboard Archives). More Reflex Records 99 and Pam Brandis detail can be found on this page and also in the Sine of the Times newsletter.

ZATDC News – This page includes links to press releases and will likely evolve. ZATDC News, or “Z News” will often appear in place of the Sine of the Times newsletter described here also. Go there now . . . (

Sine of the Times – the official newsletter of Reflex Records 99 founded to announce the launch of Reflex Records 99 (Nashville, Tennessee 1999), the release of the Pam Brandis debut CD album, “Multiple Exposure” and subsequent releases. The newsletter evolved into a source for information about universal copyright law and also became a sounding board or a call to action encouraging Nebraska area artists of all genres, including the visual arts to consider promoting their work through the United States, Midwest Public Library system.

Pam Brandis – a Reflex Records 99 recording artist whose sound/style is described as “new blues.” Beginning in 2000, the initial Brandis CD album and additional works were introduced into the catalogs of several Nebraska and South Dakota public libraries. During that decade and into the next, Brandis music was not legally available elsewhere. Pam Brandis/Bauer House Music is the owner/publisher of all Pam Brandis music which is not to be made available for airplay, streaming, distribution, publishing, sale, or download, etc. except through the legal channels explained here. As of October 2013, watermarked versions of select Pam Brandis album tracks have been made available for online listening for the first time and exclusively at Z Art Tones Dot Com. See the Pam Brandis Discography page and the Pam Brandis Sounds page. Copies of Pam Brandis CD albums, Pam Brandis songs or any portion thereof being made available for purchase/performance/recording/publishing/licensing/broadcast/download/streaming, etc. through any entity other than Z Art Tones Dot Com or is illegal.

Some of these described pages may not appear at all times. – launched summer 2016 – geared more toward aspiring musicians–bands and singer-songwriters ages 18 to 25 with monthly articles on the Music and Economics page and practical ideas for promotion on the Savvy Music Strategies page – also makes Pam Brandis albums and select tracks available for purchase via Paypal as of 2017.

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