Undecided Future - U

Undecided Future – U

 

Undecided Future - U

Undecided Future – U

 

ARTIST NAME: Undecided Future

 

SONG TITLE: U

 

ALBUM TITLE: JUGO

 

GENRE:  Indie Pop

 

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Undecided Future is a diverse band with a mix of sweet juices from Pop, Funk, Hip Hop, and R&B.

 

They’re the 2019 winners The Young Entertainer’s Award and 2017 winners of Ryan Seacrest’s global music competition “Best.Cover.Ever.” in which Undecided Future and Jason Derulo performed a song on stage. The video has 7.5 million views on YouTube and during the taping Jason Derulo named Matt “The Sauce King” for his tremendous vocal acrobatics.

 

Undecided Future is known for their fresh feel-good lyrics with great hooks, genre-mashing compositions and unique vocal harmonies from all five band-mates. You can count on their performances being entertaining with an upbeat funky vibe.

 

The band has been performing at Disneyland, CA Adventure and Downtown Disney for the past four years.

 

They have original songs on Spotify, iTunes and all digital platforms. They have also self-produced two music videos on YouTube: “Intoxicated” and “U.”

 

The band has been featured in publications like Billboard and Deitra Magazines, LA and OC Times, OC Register, ReverbNation Homepage and more.

 

“Our old loyal and our new fans come to see us for positive good time. At every show, we play our new pop original songs and a few classic and funky covers. We play to support many local Charities and organizations in Orange County and Los Angeles.” – UF

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Tell us how you build the confidence to face the audience.

We’ve been a band since 7th grade and practicing together so it just feels like a good time on stage, just having fun.

 

We’re now 21 and 22 years old so that was seven years ago we started. It seems like yesterday.

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Tell us your weakness and strength in performance.

Charismatic showmanship is our strength, and dancing is our weakness I guess. We’re just white boys who can’t dance.

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Discuss your songwriting.

We collaborate on songwriting, each bringing an idea in.

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List your other skills apart from singing.

We are a band, but each of us can play all the instruments in the band. Sometimes we switch around on stage and make it more entertaining for the audience.

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Tell us the most memorable moment in your music career.

When we won Best Cover Ever, a Ryan Seacrest YouTube Music Competition – Out of 1,000 of submissions, we were chosen as the winners and we got to perform and make a video with Jason Derulo. It has over 7 million views now.

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Discuss your first performance.

Our first performance was at the Long Beach Aquarium for the Pacific Islands Festival. We were in 8th grade and they let us play all the songs we knew at the time, for like 45 minutes. It was so nice of them and they continued to invite us back every year for about 5 years, so we grew with them and they got to see us grew with our original music.

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Elaborate on what you know about the music business.

We all are very business educated from High School, where we were in classes for music business, college at USC, Thornton School of Music and California Institute of the Arts, Musician’s Institute and Matisse’s dad is a professional drummer so we all shared our information plus by having James Brown’s old manager help us out, we got some knowledge!

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List the instruments you can play.

Nick Stone – Keys and Vocals, Cole Fredrick – Guitar and Vocals, Matt – Lead Vocals, Matisse – Drums and Vocals, and we are auditioning a new Bass player at the moment.

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Tell us how you tackle a pitch in your performance.

We practice our harmonies together a lot, so we aren’t pitchy. Matt has a natural falsetto, which seems to be in the sweet spot without much problem.

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Tell us how you build your melody.

Usually one of us just whips out a fat melody.

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Describe your live performance and recording in the studio.

We have recorded a lot of our songs ourselves in our bedroom studios and then compiled them together. And make changes until everyone likes the song.

 

But recently we recorded with Shotta Bwoy and he’s putting together a song or two for us.

 

Our EP called JUGO was recorded by Dem Joints, a multi-platinum winning producer.

 

Our original EP Disco Balls & Mating Calls was recorded by Cameron Webb, another big producer.

 

We’ve been blessed that these guys want to work with us and like our songs. Even Tito Jackson is going to record some songs with us – Pretty cool.

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Tell us if you prefer using live instruments for your recording.

We usually bring all of our own beats and lyrics into the recording studio where we collaborate and make it saucy as honey almond milk on a stick. But we are perfectionists. We all hear things that we want to make better, so as long as we have time in the studio, we will work until we get it done and everyone is happy. We rarely leave anything unfinished or in a way that someone doesn’t like their part.

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Tell us the feedback you are getting pertaining to your music.

We have been playing at Disneyland, Downtown Disney and CA Adventure for a total of almost 5 years. We are finally getting paid when Cole, the youngest in our group turned 18. That was a long time coming!

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Discuss how you record your song.

We usually write some songs or lyrics that we individually think are cool, then we bring it together with the band to flush out. We all know Logic pretty well and have learned some tricks from the awesome producers we’ve worked with.

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Tell us if you write all your songs.

We write all of our own songs. We started out as a SKA band in High School and then decided we might make more money in the future if we switched to Pop music. We have been told we look like a Boy Band, but we actually play instruments and have had some dance lessons, in the end, we’re an Indie band. We create film and edit all of our own music videos as well.

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State your favourite song.

Our favourite song that is “U” on our latest JUGO EP – But we do have new songs in the works that define us better as a band. We added a little Hip Hop, Funk, and R&B so we have a lot of diversity in our songs and sound.

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Discuss the themes of your songs.

“Our song “U” was written out of being heavily influenced by artists of the ’70s and ’80s and is special to us because it holds true to our roots of music, and will stand the test of time much like our favourite jams.”

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Elaborate on the song.

U

Lyric & Composition by Undecided Future

Copyright 2018

Chorus

I’m thinkin’ ‘bout

I’m thinkin’ ‘bout you

My baby

You’re the one thing on my mind

It seems like all the time

I’m thinkin’ bout you

My baby

Even when I fall asleep

You’re the Girl of my dreams

I’m thinkin’ bout you

 

Verse 1

UF!

Stackin’ more than commas

Hit after hit like a Teather-ball

Takin’ trips to the Bahamas

Cop a ticket baby

Where we go!

To the Amazon

Baby girl my lioness is hella fun

Numba one

Pussycat could holla back at anytime Ay

Ay!

Spirits got me trippin’ upper echelon Ay

Ay!

You my heaven baby I don’t need the high

Sweat it up inside the sauna

Even when its feelin’

Icy cold!

Ain’t nobody ever saw us

And nobody stoppin’ us

No! No!

Cuz I got the keys got the keys to the getaway

Ay!

One day one time it’s a sunny day

My top drop cuz we fancy

Your top drop cuz you so into me

 

Pre Chorus

Talkin’ on the phone

Hang up all alone

But even on my own

 

Chorus

I’m thinkin’ bout you

My baby

You’re the one thing on my mind

It seems like all the time

I’m thinkin’ bout you

My baby

Even when I fall asleep

You’re the Girl of my dreams

I’m thinkin’ bout you

 

Verse 2

Goin’ out tonight

Goin’ out and sippin’ on Bacardi

She’s getting’ naughty

Ladies party all around the world

I tell ‘em I’m sorry

Cuz you’re my only girl

 

Pre Chorus

Conversation late at night

Hang up say goodbye

Not around but still I find

 

Chorus

I’m thinkin’ about you

My baby

You’re the one thing on my mind

It seems like all the time

I’m thinkin’ ‘bout you

My baby

Even when I fall asleep

You’re the Girl of my dreams

I’m thinkin’ ‘bout you

 

Bridge

Love the way you dance

So gentle with your hands

You’re the best

I’m so blessed I get to be your man

Each freckle on your face so perfectly in place

Amazing constellations like in outer space

Cuddle close at the movies laughin’ at the sad scenes

The way you smile in my long sleeve, baby wait before you leave

I was wonderin’ if you’re free

For the rest of your life

Come spend it with me

Cuz there ain’t no one like

 

Chorus

You

My baby

You’re the one thing on my mind

It seems like all the time

I’m thinkin’ ‘bout you

My baby

Even when I fall asleep

You’re the Girl of my dreams

I’m thinkin’ ‘bout you

 

Chorus Out

Come on baby

You

Ah ah ah! And when I get home tonight

I’m gon’ hang you upside down tonight

Woo just how you like

Every angle mirrors left and right

(Mirrors left and right baby)

Whoo!

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Elaborate on your artist name and the title of the album.

We met in 8th grade and needed a band name and at the time we felt that our future as a band was pretty undecided, so we settled on Undecided Future. Funny enough we should be called Decided Future now because we are definitely here to stay in the music game.

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Orange County, CA (September 14, 2018) – Winners of the Ryan Seacrest YouTube Original, Best.Cover.Ever performing with Jason Derulo, this rising band hailing from the O.C. is taking their music to the next level with a new seven-track EP titled JUGO. The album showcases maturity in songwriting, a rhythm section with a deep pocket and impressive Falsetto vocal acrobatics from frontman Matt Isaac.

 

Working with renowned musician and producer Dem Jointz, JUGO is released in tandem with new original single “U” inspired by the soulful vibes of classic 70s artists imbued with the high energy funk, soul and hip-hop dance sounds that have become their unmistakable mark.

 

“Our song “U” is a tribute to those legendary funky artists whose music continues to get people moving! It’s our own unique twist on that old-school live funk band sound. “U” is special to us because it holds true to our roots of music, and we hope it may stand the test of time much like the songs that inspired it,” said Matt Isaac, lead singer…

 

ABOUT UNDECIDED FUTURE

At first glance, you might be expecting a characteristic boy band clone, but Undecided Future is an outright soul-driven funk and hip-hop band with smartly executed undertones of 70s funk and  R&B. Their sound is making a rise in the music industry, getting radio play, prominent publication features…

 

For the last five months, Undecided Future has been recording and producing the seven-song EP JUGO co-produced with super producer Dem Jointz who has worked with numerous artists including Rhianna, Janet Jackson, Christina Aguilera, Howard County, and rapper K.A.A.N. He also contributed music to the documentary miniseries “The Defiant Ones” focusing on the partnership between Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine and which took home Best Music Film at the 60th GRAMMY Awards on January 28, 2018.

 

Undecided Future members are Matt Isaac (lead vocals), Matisse Pasillas (drums), Cole Fredrick (guitar), Nick Stone (keyboards), and Hayden Lyskoski (bass).

 

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Jean-Mikhael – Senorita

Jean-Mikhael – Senorita

 

Jean-Mikhael – Senorita

Jean-Mikhael – Senorita

 

Jean-Mikhael – Senorita

 

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Tell us your name, country of birth and childhood experience.

My name’s Jean-Mikhael and I was born in England. Childhood experience is playing young Michael Jackson in Thriller Live in the West End.

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Elaborate on your music career, band name, experience, and skills.

Well, my stage name is my actual name, Jean-Mikhael which is French as I’m half French. My career started from a young age after playing a young Michael Jackson in Thriller Live in the West End at 13; from there I went to the BRIT School for performing arts and studied music.

 

At 17, I was then discovered by my manager and he has taken me on, building my career.

 

In 2018 I signed my record deal with OTOD Records. Since the signing, my fan base and music career have risen in so many ways.

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Tell us your genre and idea behind your music video or song.

My genre is contemporary R&B/pop but my music is myself and my voice.

 

The latest video I’ve done is for my newest single Señorita; it’s based on when you lock eyes with a stranger and fantasize what it would be like if you actually interacted with them.

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Tell us how to run a record label based on your experience as an artist.

Based on my experience, record labels are there to help fund, promote and help make your music come to life. I think it’s essential to help an artist build contacts, connect you to people and be a support system so that they can put out their music to the best quality.

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Tell us how you are promoting your music.

I am promoting my music by playing live shows and have radio and press appearances over the coming months. I’m so grateful for everyone who has been supporting me so far.

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A poignant artist rising through the ranks with his formidable and extraordinary voice, Jean-Mikhael brings finesse and flair through his music and fashion. His eloquent and soothing vocals are entangled with mesmerizing melodies and effortless vigour.

 

Taking it back to the basics he showcases his theatrical presence through his live performance, with immediate star quality.

 

‘Señorita’ is taken from his newly released EP ‘The Deal.’ Glossy, innovative and empowering, the EP is a deliberate construction that has been built from a recipe of productions, emotions, visuals and lyrics, all seasoned with time rather than being rushed out…

 

The project zoomed to the top of the R&B/Soul iTunes charts to the top 10 and peaking at Number 8.

 

‘The Deal’ is an intricate collection of singles that span across contemporary R&B and pop with electronic influences. From the sub-heavy ‘Every Little Thing’ to the seductive and sensual sounds of ‘Señorita’, the EP is the blank canvas to which Jean-Mikhael expresses his diverse sound and musicality.

 

Although a fresh artist, Jean-Mikhael already has an impressive catalog of achievements. Not only a BRIT School graduate, following in the footsteps of notable alumni such as Adele, Amy Winehouse, Jessie J, and Ella Eyre, his first musical venture was as the young Michael Jackson in London’s West-End production of Thriller LIVE. His confidence on stage has also been captured on camera having shot numerous fashion shoots including for Teen Vogue.

 

With such disciplines conquered, his show-stopping, showman tendencies continue to play a central role within all aspects of his music, from the sound and delivery through to the visuals themselves, the first of which is set to release alongside The Deal EP.

 

His live presence has also awarded him with a sold-out headline show at 229 The Venue and performances for platforms such as Sofar Sounds and People’s Day.

 

He’s currently touring schools across the country as a spokesperson to talk about critical issues and perform original material.

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Explain the story behind the song.

‘Señorita’ is about an everyday scenario, we may connect or catch eyes with someone very briefly but we don’t always act on it. This about what it would be like if you did and where it could go.

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List the radio stations, television stations, and blogs that have aired or featured your new song.

I’ve had some great support so far from Fubar radio, BORN N BREAD radio/NTS, Pulse 88, KCC, and interviews on BBC Radio shows throughout the country.

 

I’ve also had an interview on London Live TV, continued support from Industry Me and a premiere with Clash Magazine.

 

I recently was on the front row at London Fashion Week 2019 which has led me into getting some really exciting press and photo shoots coming out soon…

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State the names of other members of your band, music producer, crew or music video director.

‘Señorita’ was produced by Akara Etteh with multi-instrumentalist producer/artists Knight and Tim Lyre, written by me (Jean-Mikhael) and the music video was directed by Jem Karto @ Red Monstar. My manager is Kemal @ Ofavision and my label is OTOD Records.

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Elaborate on the song and music video.

I wanted the music video to be shot somewhere with a bit of character reflecting the Latin influences of the track. I also wanted it to have a fun vibe and look vibrant whilst having that real chemistry.

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Tell us how long you have been in the music business, your experience, and your future goal.

Well, I’ve been in the performing industry as I said from the age of 13, but you could say being an artist with my own material and now being noticed in the music scene properly has only come around about a year ago.

 

Of course, my main goal is to be an international artist, performing and headlining big stages.

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Tell us what makes you unique from others.

I like to think of myself as a showman, I’m known for my energy on stage. These songs are a reflection of me, with so much more to come.

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Tell us your weakness and strength pertaining to music.

I cover songs with my own twist, but I hate learning lyrics, so that can be a weakness. My strength is my performance; every show involves dancing and audience interaction.

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List your five favourite songs including the artists.

Playboi Carti + Lil Uzi Vert – Woke up Like This

 

Michael Jackson – Remember The Time

 

Prince – The Beautiful Ones

 

Ariana Grande – In My Head

 

Rich The Kid – World is Yours 2

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Tell us your position on “Do It Yourself” and signing to a major label.

Regardless of signing a deal with a major or being independent – You still have to do it yourself, it’s the nature of the job.

 

You can be the best but if you don’t have a good work ethic you won’t get very far.

 

The main thing with having a label is that you can have some support financially which is the biggest struggle as an upcoming artist.

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Tell us other activities you are pursuing apart from music.

I want to eventually do my own fashion line and I’ve been doing a little research on how to go about it.

 

I have so much that I want to do; it’s just putting it all together at the right time. Also, l love to cook; I would love to do a little cookbook for the fun of it.

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List your various works.

I’ve recently released ‘The Deal’ EP + 2 main singles ‘Deal’ and ‘Señorita’ and the acoustic versions which are available on all platforms.

 

On top of that, I’m working on some fashion items including a magazine shoot for ASBO Magazine which will be out soon.

 

I’ve performed on the main stage at People’s Day Festival and other high-profile events such as Sofar Sound etc. and I’ve also just come off a 52-date school tour which was great.

 

My next single is out in September, so lots more to come.

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State the title of the song and the meaning.

Señorita; It’s Spanish for ‘Miss’ – an unmarried woman.

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State the title of the album and the reason for choosing the title.

‘The Deal’ was chosen because I had just signed my record deal and this was the product of that process. It was to say, ‘this is what I’m about, so take me or leave me.’ It’s my first EP and I wanted to express my mind and show my honesty to everyone. This is me.

 

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Broadtube Music Mag – Volume 26

Broadtube Music Mag – Volume 26

 

Broadtube Music Mag – Volume 26

Broadtube Music Mag – Volume 26

 

 

 

 

 

Broadtube Music Magazine features various thought-provoking interviews with gifted artists across the globe. BMM is a platform to discover new music and get along with new artists. Featured artists are Heidi Tann, Thailah,  Chameleonize, Blkraw, Sean McMorris, Hendrix, Wrenleau, Dav Paris, Siobhan Mazzei, The Ruffs, Maeve Steele, Celine Love, Finja, Los Fiascos…

 

 

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Jazz Morley - Lights

Jazz Morley – Lights

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jazz Morley - Lights

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Jazz Morley – Lights

 

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Jazz Morley is a British singer-songwriter making waves with her beautiful soul-influenced electronica.

 

In 2016, she self-released her single ‘Bad Love’ and ‘Take Me Down’ which gained international praise from NYLON, Billboard, BBC Introducing, KCRW well as playlisting across Apple Music and Spotify.

 

In 2017, she dropped her music, and her streams surge into the millions. Along with sell-out shows in London and Bournemouth, legendary tastemaker Jo Whiley on BBC Radio 2 supported Jazz’s single ‘Safe Place’ and the song as being playlisted at Radio 1 as their BBC Introducing Track Of The Week. The year rounded off, with a stunning session on BBC Radio 4 Loose Ends performing her magical cover of Last Christmas.

 

2018 hasn’t let up and has been Jazz’s most amazing year to date. After an outstanding showcase at MusExpo in Hollywood (funded and supported by the PRS Foundation), Jazz secured representation from music industry legend and UTA Head of Music, Neil Warnock. Since then, Jazz has performed at Hyde Park, The Royal Albert Hall, and Kew Gardens in line with her music continuing to find support at national radio and online. Elton John has proclaimed himself a fan on his Beats 1 show ‘Rocket Hour’ highlighting Jazz as ‘representative of the future of new music’. Now, who are we to argue with that! 2019 already looks set to be another stellar year for Jazz Morley.

 

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Genuine Panama – No Good

 

Genuine Panama – No Good

 

Genuine Panama – No Good

 

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State your history.

In early 2017, brothers Michael and Martin Whittemore took a few song ideas to old schoolmate and drumming virtuoso Laurence Clutson.

 

In Laurence’s mum’s living room in Cheltenham, Genuine Panama’s sound started to come together.

 

When bass player Tom Roderick joined the fold, gigging ensued on an ‘any gig’s a gig’ philosophy.

 

Gigs in art galleries, cramped cafes, and car park rooftops eventually gave way to headline slots at venues such as 02 Academy 3, Birmingham and The Louisiana, Bristol.

 

Having acquired as many fans as is possible as an exclusively live act, the band’s debut EP release marks the start of a new chapter for Genuine Panama.

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Describe yourself as an artist.

We are a group of friends with an eccentric, organic sound and a tight live repertoire.

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Tell us the genre of your music.

We make what people have started to call ‘soulified indie’. We grew up on Bombay Bicycle Club and Little Comets but play with a brass section and love old funk and soul records. We basically don’t have a clue what’s going on. But it sounds nice.

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Tell us the story behind your song.

Martin (writer): Regarding the single – No Good,  I think it captures what Genuine Panama is all about – injecting some funk into the indie scene, encouraging people to feel the filth and dance around. The song is full of convulsions, eccentricity, and bids to do things differently; it’s essentially about sanity and the slog of behaving normally, in the mechanical manner life unremittingly expects of you. If that sounds a bit overripe for you, to tell you the truth I was hungover and in a foul mood, so I sacked off work and spent the day writing it in the windowless bowels of the Synagogue where I used to live in Birmingham.

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Tell us the problems you are facing as a musician.

Time is probably the biggest one. With rent to pay and nine-to-fives to sit through, we don’t have as much time as we’d like to simply be together as a band, writing music, making records, and playing shows. Hopefully, as we manage to snatch more hours at the musical grindstone, we can start to take bigger steps forward.

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Discuss the recording and production of the song.

We recorded everything in Studio340, a community creative arts venue based in Cheltenham. There was plenty of moving duvet sheets around the room to get the right drum sound, dramatic producer departures, late nights, loving and then suddenly hating every note of every song, all the melodrama you’d hope for.

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List the names of blogs, radio or television stations that have supported you so far.

BBC Introducing West Midlands

 

Brum Radio

 

Turtle Tempo – Independent Music Discovery

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Elaborate on your music career, experience, and future goals.

Our career so far has been defined by our experiences playing local pubs and clubs, and the unconditional commitment of mates who want an excuse to go out on a weeknight. Whilst we wouldn’t give that up for the world, it’d be fun to share our music with audiences further afield.

 

Having learned a lot from the recording of our first EP, we’re keen to strap in and do the next one. All the songs have been written, it’s just about putting the hours in now.

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Brief us what inspires you to write, compose and sing.

The people watching normally generate some decent writing. People tend to do and say a healthy range of stupid/loving/ wacky things, so there are a million ideas and stories waiting to be dramatized and put to music.

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Tell the piece of advice you would give to an upcoming artist.

Gig relentlessly. It’s the best way to get to know who you are as an artist and a person. Do that before you think too hard about recording and producing. That way you can really understand your songs and determine which direction they need to go in. Making lots of mistakes and gaining confidence on stage is invaluable.

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Tell us how you write your lyrics, compose, sing and record in the studio.

Normally, Michael or Martin will do some writing, and then bring it to the rhythm section to have a crack at. We play the songs live a lot before they get recorded, and they change and improve during that time.

 

Trying to record effectively in the studio mainly revolves around pretending you’re playing to an audience. We think – simulate the live experience, have fun, and hopefully capture some of the energy that makes us Genuine Panama.

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Name your favourite artists for collaboration.

Alabama Shakes.

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Tell us how you will spend a million dollars.

Start a live music venue somewhere weird.

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Discuss music promotion and how you are boosting your fan base.

We’re trying to gig as much as possible. Going to gigs is the way we and our group of friends tend to discover new music, so it seems like a fun, foolproof strategy. Connecting with artists on stage is what makes people fans for life.

 

We’re also big on artwork; with the help of our resident visual artists, we’re creating T-shirts and prints that we’re sure people will love regardless of the Genuine Panama association.

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Tell us how you manage other activities with your music career.

It’s tough. Some of us have full-time jobs; others are students with part-time jobs. We just recognize that we’re lucky to be energetic and young, so embrace the late nights and rushing around while we can.

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State your artist’s name and elaborate on it.

Genuine Panama: Our dad (Mike and Martin’s) loves a genuine Panama hat. Rain or shine, inside or outside, he’s wearing one. We still don’t know what makes a genuine Panama hat ‘genuine’, nor understand his love for them, nor know what the top of our father’s head looks like. These uncertainties combined made Genuine Panama an obvious choice of a band name.

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State the title of the songs and the meaning.

No Good – a requiem for sanity.

 

Itchy Teeth –  on discontent with all sorts of things, often indistinguishable from each other in the grey, smoggy stew of urban austerity, homelessness, ‘bullsh*t job’ creation and the misattribution of ‘value’ in social discourse. Really though, it’s about the peripheral glimmers of hope in that stew.

 

Elephant Carpets – on the ubiquity of Instagram influencers, consumer behaviour data, tinder preferences and other obstacles to real life.

 

Hermitage – kitchen sink love song on the perks of being alone.

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State the title of the album and the reason for choosing the title.

Itchy Teeth: The discomfort in the term ‘Itchy Teeth’ just managed to capture something of the fidgety, erratic quality of this EP. I think it nicely reflects our first-record-eagerness to create something and get ourselves heard.

 

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