Incorporated Elements & DJ Form Album

Okay, I recently put out a tweet that we have been kicking around the idea of doing an album.  We love working with other artists and writing and producing for other people…but, we have kind of been itching to do something of our own.  Something that is determined by what we want to do…not byContinue reading “Incorporated Elements & DJ Form Album”

Open letter to the music biz…

Hey, music biz, here’s a hint on how to get people to pay for more music…PUT OUT GOOD FULL ALBUMS, and people will buy them!  Consumers can now preview 90 seconds of songs on iTunes, so you had better be putting out good artists who make good albums.  I know that the model of iTunesContinue reading “Open letter to the music biz…”

2010 was great, but 2011 is going to be better!

Just wanted to drop a quick note to thank everyone for all of your support of me (DJ Form) and Incorporated Elements in 2010.  We experienced some great things this year.  Just a couple were: 1.  I did the All I Ever Wanted World Tour with some of the greatest people on the planet…not toContinue reading “2010 was great, but 2011 is going to be better!”

New Beginnings

As many of you know, I.E. currently operates out of two primary locations: Nashville (Ric) and Tacoma, Washington (Eric & Nate). While we’re able to make this work pretty efficiently via the Internet and phone calls, it’s become evident that the only way we are going to be 100% effective is if we were allContinue reading “New Beginnings”

Ooh Ahh climbing the iTunes charts!

With the debut of the new MTV show, The Buried Life a few days ago, there has been a huge resurgence of the song “Ooh Ahh” by Grits.  This song was co-written by Ric “DJ Form” Robbins and produced by Incorporated Elements.  It has already been used in such films as “Fast And Furious: TokyoContinue reading “Ooh Ahh climbing the iTunes charts!”

Where has all the fun gone?

So while doing some research online, I randomly stumbled across Michael Buble’s video to ‘Haven’t Met You Yet.’ Not only is the song a solid pop song, it was refreshing to me to watch people actually enjoy doing, and being a part of, music. Throughout my music career, I have always subscribed to the basicContinue reading “Where has all the fun gone?”