Matt Simons

Matt Simons

 

 

 

Matt Simons

Matt Simons

 

 

 

Matt Simons – “We Can Do Better” (Official Music Video)

 

Matt Simons Shares new track “We Can Do Better” And official video!

 

Released April 4th through [PIAS] Recordings

 

Matt Simons

 

Matt Simons today shares his new track “We Can Do Better”. A top 10 artist across Europe, this is his first serious foray into the UK and the track is the forerunner for an album, scheduled later this year through [PIAS] Recordings.

 

 

Although hailing from California, it wasn’t on home turf where Simons first experienced success. His debut album, “Pieces”, picked up a dedicated audience in, of all places, Holland, and as a result he began traveling over for shows. Although used to playing to small audiences at home he was soon to discover minor celebrity status when invited as a guest judge on a national X-factor type show, his single was also used as the theme for a huge soap opera, and lead to a top 30 selling track of 2013 – outselling the likes of Katy Perry’s “Roar”, laid the base for the next couple of years.

 

 

The follow-up album “Catch and Release” saw him writing the majority of it over a three week period, re-locating to Nashville, Los Angeles and Holland with various co-writers that resulted in the title track & the accompanying remix amassing in excess of 300 million streams and hitting platinum & gold status across Europe, Brazil, South Africa, to name a few.

 

 

This multi-instrumentalist draws on an extensive jazz and classical background to not only write his own music but to play it too – his music recalls classic song structure, hook-filled melodies coupled with an insightful melancholy.

 

 

Speaking of the origins of “We Can Do Better” Matt details “I met up with Emily Warren and Scott Harris, both incredibly accomplished songwriters and we started talking about relationships, specifically marriage. Scott is already married, and I was just about to propose to my girlfriend in the coming weeks. We started discussing articles we’d read about how young people are not jumping into committed relationships nearly as often as previous generations and waiting later and later into their 20s and 30s to get married. With the divorce rate at more than 50%, can you blame them? We decided to write a song of hope for my future fiancée and myself about how “We Can Do Better”.”

 

 

Partnered with a simple but brilliant video featuring a group of children, it came to fruition from an idea the director Beatrice Pegard had. Matt explains “In our world of environmental and political chaos, it’s a comforting thought to know that the children are our future and let’s be honest; we need them to deliver more than ever before.”

 

 

Matt Simons will be embarking on a series of live dates over the coming months, watch this space…

 

 

 

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Emma G

 

 

Emma G

Emma G

 

 

Discuss your personality.

I am a singer / songwriter originally from New Zealand, but moved to Washington DC is November 2015 to pursue a more serious career in music. Despite 24 surgeries, battles with loved ones dying and/or committing suicide, struggling with depression myself, and coping with a history of sexual assault, my number one motto is smiling in the face of adversity. I am positive, empowered, strong, and resilient. I am all about love; which are some of the key messages I like to portray through my music.

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Brief us about you as a musician.

A combination of Adele, Pink, Alanis Morrissette and Tracy Chapman; Emma G describes her sound as soul pop-rock.

 

Musician, singer, songwriter, Emma G’s sultry tones are punctuated with a gutsy quality that hammers home her messages of empowerment, love and respect.

 

After releasing eight singles and successfully charting a number 10 album on the New Zealand Top40 with her band, Static Era; Emma G moved to Washington DC from Auckland, New Zealand to pursue a solo career in music in November 2015. Working full time as a street performer, she also plays in various clubs, bars and community events throughout the city – and often far beyond. In the last year, she has played The Whitehouse, The Kennedy Center, The National Cherry Blossom-, and Smithsonian Folklife festivals, Arena Stage, toured California twice (including iconic music venues The Mint and The Viper Room), completed an 18 date tour of New Zealand, released two solo acoustic EP’s, her studio singles “King for a Day” and “SOLD (Take a Shot), her debut studio album “Taking Flight”, and been featured three times on Fox 5, in Washingtonian Magazine’s “Best of DC” edition, and had some radio play.

 

“Music has always been my voice”, Emma G explains. “It’s my voice of strength – of unity – and of self-expression. I’ve had 24 surgeries in my life; friends end their lives, and had my share of grief; but music has always been a beacon of hope and light”.

 

She has fast become an established and much-loved personality on DC’s busking circuit, where she is known as the Kiwi girl who plays great songs and gives great hugs. “It’s great, because the spirit of the city is incredible,” she said in a 2016 interview. “The people are super nice, and really supportive of what I do.” But with her career blossoming and fame surely beckoning, who knows what is around the corner. “Life is an adventure. The best adventures have unknown outcomes.”

 

To stay up to date on Emma G’s journey:

 

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Go into details on what have changed in your life for choosing music as a career.

Music has always been in my blood. I started writing songs when I was five years old, to connect with my friends and family, but mostly to communicate the struggles of what it means to be a child who had undergone her first brain surgery at the age of 4 months old. Since then, music has served as the connector between me and my fans.

 

Since going full time with music, I have become somewhat of a workaholic, but I thoroughly enjoy my life. It’s important to me that I maintain a healthy lifestyle surrounding my mental, physical, spiritual, social and emotional well-being, and music has been able to fulfill this for me. I travel a lot more now, and have built some fantastic relationships with my dedicated audience. I’ve also been able to play some phenomenal venues around America.

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Tell us the benefits and drawbacks of choosing music as a career.

The benefits for me have mostly been around doing what I love day in and day out. Being able to connect with people, empower them to enjoy their days/lives, find their own inner strength and authenticity is an incredible feeling, and amazing opportunity.

 

The drawbacks for me have been largely around lack of sleep because there are never enough hours in the day to do all that needs to be done. There are also some incredibly sleazy people in the industry, which has been difficult to navigate around. SOLD (Take a Shot) was in reference to one of these people in particular.

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Tell us how you will manage fame as an established artist.

Authenticity, authenticity, authenticity.

 

Fame is a weird concept: because it’s so not part of a person, but more what people THINK of a person. My mother raised me to always know who I am, and what I’m about, so as long as fame presents itself in a way that enables me to uplift, motivate, inspire or empower my audience. I don’t think I’ll have to manage my life any differently. We’re all people; I just love making music for a living.

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Elaborate on the story line of this song.

When I first moved to Washington DC, a fan passed my music on to one of his contacts who works for a huge label based in LA with the hopes of helping me get signed. I was in communication with this person via phone calls and texts for a few months to establish a time and place that we could meet to discuss my music more fully. He seemed to like what he heard and saw in my public image; however, six months later I still hadn’t met with him in person. He came to DC and wanted to meet with me in person, however before we met, he wanted to double check that I was going to be marketable, and demanded I send him naked pictures of myself before he would think about signing me. I was horrified, and wrote SOLD (Take a Shot) the next day, before going into the studio the day after that. 48hours and the song was written and recorded.

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Tell us means of connecting you and purchasing your music online.

Website

Patreon

(where you can support my career and get exclusive content)

Bandcamp

(where you can purchase my music)

Instagram

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Let us know the greatest moment of your music career.

I had a woman hand me a letter once outlining how much of an impact I’ve had on her life since she first came across my music. It was incredibly moving and I was tearing up while reading it – we never know the full impact we have on each other!

 

On a more aesthetic level, I was privileged enough to play alongside Dave Chappelle last year, which was amazing.

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Tell us the highest amount of money you have ever received from your music career and how it happened.

I’ve done corporate shows for $1000.

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Discuss your experience pertaining live performances, gigs, shows and tours.

I work as both a performer doing shows at clubs, venues, events, and festivals, but I also work as a street performer as well. All of these platforms are incredibly different, but it really is all about connecting with people, and having fun. Bringing your A Game to everything you do!

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Tell us how you relate with your fans.

I’ve actually been dubbed the hug dealer of DC. I have an incredibly close relationship with my fans; via social media, email, performances… I sing for, with and to them. I try to connect with their stories too, so that we can all enjoy this journey together.

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Tell us what you will like to change if you have the chance to turn back the hands of time.

I would have learned time management earlier!

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Tell us the most important people that have boosted your music career and how you met them.

I’ve been very blessed to have such support from a huge number of people; I don’t know who the most important would be though – since everyone has played a huge role towards where I’m at right now. I think some of the most ongoing supportive people in my journey thus far have been my mother: for all of her investments into my career, my old band Static Era who I played with in New Zealand, and I learned a LOT from, and the ongoing support from various media channels both in New Zealand and Washington DC: for all of their support and publicity!

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Brief us on what you have in mind before considering music as a career.

When I was seven years old, I wrote a list of five things I wanted to do:

1. Mother

2. Famous musician

3. Author

4. Clothing designer

5. Teacher

 

So I taught music for several years at a university in New Zealand, I was a youth worker for the YMCA, I worked in radio, and I’ve been performing since I was ten years old!

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Discuss your good and bad experience in life.

Life always has its good and bad experiences – it’s impossible to list them all! But the negative experiences that have really shaped me have been my best friend dying when I was 19 just months after my ex committed suicide, and months before my surrogate father died from alcohol abuse. My real father just passed away this year in January. It’s from these types of experiences that we really learn to dig deep in ourselves, and learn how to stand up and channel those memories in a positive way; I do music for myself, and for my fans, but I also do it for my father, my best friend and anyone who has contemplated suicide or substance abuse.

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Name the artists that have influenced the world.

Prince, Tina Turner, Michael Jackson, Pink Floyd, Whitney Houston, Lady Gaga, Pink, U2, Amanda Palmer, En Vogue, The Spice Girls even… there are so many who have influenced the world politically, but also socially. I especially resonate with those who are standing up for equality, feminism and ethnic diversity.

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Tell us about your moment of rejections as a musician and how you are able to cope and move on.

I’m not going to be everyone’s cup of tea… especially if the person prefers coffee! There are always rejections, but the key is to know yourself, stay true to yourself and keep pushing forward. If you can’t see the light, be the light. Also, in 2018, there are so many new avenues that are constantly presenting themselves; it’s no longer about doing things a particular way or getting discovered, because there are so many new ways to build your audience and make music!

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Tell us the most negative comment you have ever received about your music.

I actually couldn’t tell you – I don’t tend to hold on to negativity!

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Elaborate on the recording process of this song.

I had met the rapper, Tony B, several months earlier, and he wanted to collaborate with me. He had a studio in mind that he wanted to work from, so we set up the time and date. It just happened to align perfectly with the A&R approaching me and asking for naked pictures, before I wrote the song, sent him a demo recording and we hit the studio. He wrote his verses while I was laying down the guitar and vocals, then we worked with our producer Flightboy to build a track around the guitar, vocals and rap.

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State the official date of release.

November 3rd, 2017.

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State your artist’s name and elaborate on it.

Emma G: because my last name is far too complicated!

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State the title of the song and the meaning.

SOLD (Take a Shot): which is making fun of the idea of selling out: using my sexuality to get ahead, which I refused to do.

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

TAKING FLIGHT, partly in reference to my flying to America to elevate my career, partly in reference to the success I’ve had thus far, and partly in reference to my producer: Flightboy.

 

Dana Carmel

Dana Carmel

 

 

 

Dana Carmel

Dana Carmel

 

 

 

Dana Carmel

Tell us your real names, country of birth and childhood experience.

My name is Dana Carmel and I was born in the US. I grew up in a suburb of Philadelphia. I had and still have a loving family, and was generally a happy kid. I was quite shy and kept a journal from a young age.

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Tell us your academic qualification.

I graduated from NYU with a double major in Music and Romance Languages. I speak Italian and Spanish. I have also taken online business schools and gone on many songwriting retreats where I learned a ton about the craft of songwriting.

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Tell us about your music career, band name, musical background, experience and skills.

I am primarily a solo artist, and so I go by my name, Dana Carmel, though I have played with trios in some of my shows. I started writing music in the piano rooms at NYU when I was working on assignments to write a sonata or counterpoint. I found that playing chords and singing melodies over them was a huge release for me. I started playing the piano at a young age and then at 13 was gifted a guitar by my grandmother. I started taking lessons and learning my favorite songs. One of the first songs I learned was “Mr. Jones” by the Counting Crows.

 

The story of my career is pretty long. I’ll tell you about one of my favorite things that I did which was a project where I wrote one song a week for a year. It taught me a lot about songwriting and my craft improved tremendously. I’m really good at melodies and evoking emotion. I am now actually writing a book about everything I learned during that year.

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Tell us about your genre, concept and idea behind your music video and the song.

My genre is Indie Pop. This song, “Weekend” however is on the poppier side of things. I love Pop music and I really wanted to write a pop song. I wrote it with my friend and co-writer Tim Shipman. The music came about fairly fast and then it was about finding the melody and the words. It was a really fun project and collaboration.

The concept of the video was to show me and my friends hanging out and doing fun things, like being in Coney Island, getting ready to go out, yet I was also thinking about this guy that I like. “I got everything….but you”.

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

I think the beautiful thing about music right now is that musicians and artists don’t need big/major record labels to succeed whereas not too long ago, they definitely did. Independent means you get to do things your way, make your music, and connect directly with the fans. And it’s always about the content. The cream rises to the top.

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Tell us how you are promoting your music.

I am actually in talks to have some help with that but until that happens, I am on all the platforms. I love hopping on to Facebook and doing live performances there. Instagram too. You can reach so many more people now that we are connected through the internet.

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Tell us what makes you happy and what makes you sad.

Traveling makes me happy. Writing new songs makes me happy. Connecting with people makes me happy. Elephants and tigers (and all other animals) being hunted makes me sad. Hearing about human struggle and loss makes me sad too.

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Explain clearly the story or concept behind the song.

The concept of the song is a fun going-out song. It’s talking about how I have everything except for this person that I really want. That every night feels like Friday night with the person.

The lyrics are “I don’t care the day, the time or even place, cuz every night is Friday night with you”. You know that feeling….when it doesn’t matter if it’s Tuesday lunch- it feels like Friday night with the person. That’s what the song is about.:)

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Give us links to where the song can be purchased.

Weekend – Single by Dana Carmel on Apple Music

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Tell us about other members of your band, music producer, crew or music video director, how the song was recorded and how the music video was shot.

Well, I told you about Tim. He’s the cowriter of this song. We found a producer, Bob Brock, in Brooklyn and recorded the song over one summer in Williamsburg. It was so hot and we had to turn the air conditioner off every time we recorded vocals. The computers kept heating up too so we actually put ice packs on them! Bob was really helpful with the background vocal arrangement.

The music video director is a friend of mine, Becky Yee. The funny thing about it is that we were actually going to do a video for another song of mine, “Fighter”. And 3 days before the first day of shooting, I got this feeling that I had to shoot “Weekend” instead. She was great. She was like “you have to tell me now if you want to change the song. It’s better now than the day of the shoot.” So we did. Some of the casting would probably have been different if we had more time but we made it work.

The second day of shooting was in Coney Island and we did that about a month after the first day so we had more time to organize. The dancers were so talented and it was such a treat to have them in the video. We got all the extras and actors and dancers ourselves. It was crazy but it all came together and felt like a dream when it was done.

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

I’ve been in the industry for a long time. I’ve been writing for a long time, I’ve recorded one EP, “The Difference” and 2 full-length albums. The first one is called “Validity” and is much more indie rock. You can hear the Pearl Jam influence on that one for sure.

The 2nd one is actually about to be released and I’m really excited for everyone to hear it. It feels like it really captures my voice and me in general. My goals are to continue to express myself through music and to focus on the process of creating and then sharing the music of course.

I have other goals around helping other songwriters hone their craft, to lead songwriting retreats of my own, and to do a book/album tour.

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Tell us what makes you unique from others.

For starters, there is only one me.:) In addition, I bring spirituality into my music because it’s a part of me. I speak of things people relate to because we are all here having human experiences. Even though the details of the experiences are different, a lot of the emotions are the same. I write music to express those emotions and I’m so glad it resonates.

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Tell us your weakness and strength pertaining music.

My weakness is editing as I write although I’m getting much better at that. My strength is in melody and lyrics and what is called prosody. The importance of the words you choose with the melody you use.

When I was in Italy I played a song of mine on the piano called “Where We Belong” for a couple of friends. When I was finished, I turned around and they were crying. That’s not only a strength, it’s a superpower.

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List your favourite songs including the artists.

“Black”- Pearl Jam

“It Ain’t Over til It’s Over”- Lenny Kravitz

“Hysteria”- Def Leppard

“Bring Me to Life”- MK, Milly Pye

“Controversy”-Prince

“Against All Odds”-Phil Collins

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

As I mentioned briefly earlier, we are now living in a time when artists can succeed without the help of a major label. Sometimes even more so than if they had that help. Because artists have direct contact with the fans, there is no middle man telling them what they can and cannot do. It’s a more intimate and direct relationship to the people who love what you do and your music.

 

 

 

Of course, there are benefits to having the help of a label…like being able to reach more people and having financial support, but there are a lot of successful artists doing it on their own.

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Tell us other activities you will like to pursue apart from music.

I love to dance. It is a huge release for my body. I also love yoga, and traveling. My goal is to travel more this year. And like I said, I enjoy learning and studying about living as a spiritual person and having a human experience.

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List your various works.

I wrote an EP called “The Difference”.

An Album called ” Validity”.

And my new album is coming this spring.

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State links to connect you on social media.

I also have a website you should check out and sign up for my email list to get the first video in my series #songsiwishiwrote where I geek out to the “songs I wish I wrote” and talk about what elements they have that make me wish I wrote them.

Website

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State the official date of release.

The official date is being determined. It will be this spring for sure. So, very soon.

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State your artist’s name and elaborate on it.

My name is Dana Carmel. Carmel is my middle name and was also my grandfather’s name whom I never met. He was apparently the greatest guy around so I feel happy to carry his name.

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State the title of the song and the meaning.

“Weekend” is about wanting to be with someone who makes you feel like every night is Friday night. And really it’s about how every night really is Friday night if you make it like that.

 

Mansuki

 

Ray Ligaya (stage name: Mansuki) is a 25 year old Canadian singer/songwriter and entertainer. He was born in Mississauga, Ontario and raised in Windsor, Ontario. Ligaya has attracted over 1.5 million followers which continues to rise. His popularity increased on the Vine app through his comical videos where he posts simultaneously onto all the other social media platforms. To date, Ligaya has 1.5m followers on Vine, over 300K on Facebook, over 16K on Twitter, 70K on Instagram and 40K on YouTube. Throughout his social media career, Ligaya has attained more than 700m views. Ligaya is also signed to Viral Nation where he collaborates with famous athletes, celebrities and influencers. Ray uses his social media outlets for potential endorsements and marketing/advertising opportunities. His talent, networks and following will be used to launch his professional career as the musical artist Mansuki. He envisions his music to be at the forefront of a fresh sound. This new sound has trap beats with singing vocals and catchy choruses that will surely keep on playing in your mind. His lyrics are mostly about current times and events in today’s world with an emphasis on western culture, which will reach radio, TV and social media internationally. Ligaya aims to captivate his audience both musically and visually. Being of Filipino descent, Ray is determined to be the first lone Pinoy artist to hit the number one spot on the charts.

 

 

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Livia

Livia

 

Livia is a singer/songwriter from London, England, with a bit of Italian and French mixed in. Her diverse musical and personal background has inspired her songwriting to incorporate elements of Folk, Rock, Latin, Dance and Magic, while staying true to her love of mainstream Pop with catchy hooks and melodies. Her live show, ‘Livia and the Elementals’, features a dance and light extravaganza inspired by the ancient elements of earth, air, fire and water. Livia worked with award-winning producer Simon Ellis (Britney Spears, Spice Girls) on her debut album, “Journey of an Empath”.

 

Working as a DIY artist, building the album session by session, and the live show prop by prop and with a pinch of fairy dust along the way the result is a visually rich mixture of music, circus, folk and fable, cabaret and magical theatre. Livia’s journey is an inspirational story of overcoming obstacles to achieve a dream and fulfil a purpose of helping others to heal through music. While touring ‘Journey of an Empath,’ Livia and her Elemental dancers have performed at many magically themed and mainstream festivals around the country and abroad, including Pagan Pride, Witchfest International, The Magical Faerie Festival, Lincoln Steampunk Asylum and the Venice Carnival. Livia is also back in the studio, recording her second album with renowned rock producer Matt Hyde and plans to bring her magical sound to the mainstream.

 

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Syren

Syren

 

Syren was born and raised in Placerville, CA, a small town in the foothills of Sacramento. Unofficially, she was “singing before she could walk”, but she started performing publicly when she was eight years old.

Aside from vocals, Syren also plays a little guitar and piano, but her primary focus is writing and singing. Her main influences are Jewel, Digital Daggers, Flyleaf & PVRIS.

Syren’s music covers a variety of genres including: Dance, EDM, Pop, R&B, and rock. She has also collaborated with many prominent West-Coast artists, including San Quinn and Mistah F.A.B. She also collaborates frequently with West-Coast music producer DJ Loot.

 

Syren’s musical goals include creating captivating, universally-appealing music; something you can listen to over and over, like your favorite songs.

 

Produced and mixed by DJ Loot. Mastered by Analog Andy.

 

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Mike Longhelt

 

Mike Longhelt is a Producer/DJ/Vocalist based out of the Washington, DC region. His work has been featured on top radio stations as well as TV networks such as the MTV, VH1, Fox Sports, ESPN, Oxygen Network and Discovery Channel.

 

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Cole Phoenix

 

“Back Back To Me” – A stylishly elegant uppercut with an intimation of debonair. The brand new track from glamorous Brisbane singer/songwriter Cole Phoenix unveils a brave modern disposition. Suffused with a contemporary sentiment, reminiscent of a more quintessential take on Jazz/Soul roots amongst a Brit/Pop theme, this song manages to capture a polished and eccentric essence of euphony. This scriptwriter, novelist, producer, director come singer/songwriter is currently working on her new EP as the follow up to her 2012 self-titled album and 2010’s “Wild Love” album.

Currently in development, Cole Phoenix wrote, produced and starred in an upcoming feature film titled “The Ruins” alongside Shawn Ashmore, Jena Malone and Bright Flame. She has already earned herself notable and worldwide airplay with this latest single, not to mention her spate of award nominations over the past few years, layering a solid foundation for this multi-talented artist.

Cole was nominated for Best New Top 40 Artist of the Year 2015 at the New Music Awards (USA) alongside chart toppers Sam Smith, Iggy Azalea, Meghan Trainor and Cherlie XCX. Her anti-bullying single “Cannibal” won her a semifinalist spot in the 2013 International Songwriting Competition in the Electronica/Dance genre. Her 2014 song “UFO” reached No.1 on the Top 40 Internet, No.3 on AC/Hot AC Internet and No.10 on the Hot 100 Singles Chart.

 

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Siore

 

Siore is an indie/electropop outfit from Melbourne that formed in 2016 with Jessica Evans on vocals and Paul Siourthas on guitar.

With lush, moody sounds and rich vocals, Melbourne duo SIORE have dropped the first single from their forthcoming EP.

With powerful vocals and flawless songwriting, the debut single ‘Release Me To The Sea’ is the first taste of things to come.

Jessica Evans says this first single is a tale of awakening and letting go.

 

Formed after a chance meeting online, SIORE’s Evans (vocals) and Siourthas (guitar) joined forces to produce their soulful, pop electronica. After 18 months of songwriting, the duo called on the expertise of  Stuart Stuart, responsible for the success of Sheppard’s ‘Geronimo’, surpassing triple platinum in Australia.

Jess’ brooding vocals accompanied with Paul’s haunting abilities to fabricate.

 

Produced and mixed in Brisbane by ARIA-nominated producer and mastering engineer Stuart Stuart, the latest work promises raw songwriting teamed with Smooth production. This song has been premiered on Triple J Unearthed and SoundCloud with pending release of their EP later this month. SIORE’s main influences in their music include Broods, Vera Blue and Lorde.

 

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