Shiraz Hempstock – Simmer Down

.

.

.

.

 

Shiraz Hempstock – Simmer Down

 

ARTIST NAME: Shiraz Hempstock

 

SONG TITLE: Simmer Down

 

Website

 

Facebook

 

Twitter

 

Spotify

 

Apple Music

 

iTunes

 

State your history.

Well, I joined the choir at the age of 9 and traveled the country with them singing at some of the most fantastic places around the county and then decided to start singing lessons, with local Soprano singing teacher Russell Painter and gained levels with ABRSM classical music.

 

Then later I decided I wanted to do more current stuff so I took lessons in more contemporary music and developed my style from there.

 

I attended guitar lessons, for a few years, but it’s not my thing really, it was more a formality.

 

My first live performance was at the age of 11, something my singing tutor organized for his students at Starbucks coffee shop…and from there I just went out busking and attending open mics, whenever I got the chance. These opened some amazing opportunities for me being picked up by music producers or A&R scouts, which helped progress my journey, giving me some valuable experience and opportunities at such a young age.

 

I secured a place at BOA Performing Arts school at the age of 13 and came away with a BTECH  in music, but unfortunately attending performing arts school never really helped me progress.

 

Radio Air Play and Music Gateway have opened up some really cool opportunities for me.  Just getting out there and doing it and making things happen for me is what worked for me.

 

I have a good team around me, which includes my mum Sarah and a small number of people that are guiding me, this took a while to find, but I feel in a comfortable place now. It feels like I have been performing forever 😊.

.

.

.

 

Describe yourself as an artist.

I’d say I am a very soulful artist and have my own unique style and sound.

.

.

.

 

Tell us the genre of your music.

R&B Pop.

.

.

.

 

Tell us the story behind your song.

The story behind “Done the Dirty” isn’t related to me, it happened to a friend of mine, she was cheated on and she found the will to keep strong and move on no matter how much she was hurt and that’s not always easy to do.

 

“Simmer Down” is related to not putting pressure on the other person, take your time, there no rush, don’t kill the relationship off before it started. It’s not easy sometimes you like them more than they like you and controlling your emotions.

.

.

.

 

Tell us the problems you are facing as a musician.

As a musician, I have realized the problem that only a small percentage in the industry have good intentions, a lot of people are in it for money and fame, only minimal are in it to do what they love.

.

.

.

 

Discuss the recording and production of the song.

The music was produced in a local studio close to where I live in Worcestershire, a small well-equipped studio with a motivated producer. I think it’s good to work with different producers, they all have something different to offer, I took, my track “Done The Dirty” and asked if he could help me remodel it and this was the space we created ‘Done the Dirty’ and ‘Simmer Down.’

.

.

.

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

BBC Introducing Hereford and Worcester and West Midlands, Brum Radio, Deuce Radio, Radio Airplay, Radio Wigwam, Touch FM, KBIndieRadio, RadioKC, SRB Media Birmingham, I could be here all day with the plays from different radio stations from around the world and thank them all for the support.

.

.

.

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

My music experience has been full of highs and lows but I’m grateful for all experiences and opportunities that have come my way, I think everyone comes into your life for a reason and some are here to teach you something and then leave you and some are here to show you the way.

 

My future goal is to set my music out to the world and share it with everyone who wants to listen to what I love to do.

.

.

.

 

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

I don’t tend to be inspired by anything at this moment of time, I don’t have much life experience so I tend to write what comes off the top of my head and build a scenario around what has come to me or someone around me in past experiences.

.

.

.

 

Brief us the top-secret behind making a hit song.

There is no top secret; if you have the talent then use it!

.

.

.

 

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

To any upcoming artists, enjoy your journey, do what do, with love and work with those that want to work with you.

 

You’re going to meet all kinds of people on your journey, some will take, and some will give.

 

Making mistakes is a learning process, we all make them, just think of them as a positive and don’t dwell on them too much, as this may affect you.

 

Life is a learning curb and we all make mistakes on the way. Always show respect to those who help you on your journey, because without them the climb is much harder, show your love.

.

.

.

 

Discuss at length your music careers, albums, songs, tours, recognition or awards you might have received.

I won an award for Best Teen Artist in L.A. at the IMC awards Hollywood, at the start of May.

 

My songs have been recognized by Radio 1, Radio 1Xtra, Jamie Callum and other FM and digital stations that I networked with.

 

The biggest gigs I’m about to do is supporting Leee John from the 80s band Imagination, at the jam house in Birmingham on June the 6th and have previously supported  CityLightz a West Midlands band that are making waves up in the music scene at  O2 Academy in Birmingham and Mello Festival.

.

.

.

 

Name your favourite artists for collaboration.

My favourite artists for collaboration would be Jorja Smith, James Arthur, NAO, and Maverick Sabre.

.

.

.

 

Tell us how you will spend a million dollars.

I would put away the million dollars, and invest or set up a studio for upcoming artists.

.

.

.

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

Getting out to as many open-mics and promoting my music through all of my social media, and I boost my fan base by promotions and posting materials that would attract people to my socials.

.

.

.

 

State your artist’s name and elaborate on it.

My artist name is just my name as it is unique and I’m happy with people knowing it is my real name. It’s a Hebrew name and meaning Shir – song-poem and Raz Secret – Mystery …Shiraz and not named after the wine. 😊

 

Mobile Version

Steven Alexander – Wait

Steven Alexander – Wait

 

Steven Alexander – Wait

Steven Alexander – Wait

 

Steven Alexander – Wait

 

ARTIST NAME: Steven Alexander

 

SONG TITLE: Wait

ALBUM TITLE: Lost in You

 

RELEASE DATE: 4/19/19

 

Instagram

 

Reverbnation

 

Spotify

 

Apple Music

 

iTunes

 

Bandcamp

 

 

Nineteen-year-old Steven Alexander from the Southern California area has been playing guitar/recording, mixing, producing music since he was nine!

 

He is accompanied by Dylan Easter on trumpet. All other instruments are performed by Steven including vocals and background vocals!

 

Steven Alexander’s music is a fresh look at Alt/R&B crossed over into Bedroom/Pop!

 

Blending of the jazzy guitar with elements of trumpet mixed in is his signature!

 

Outstanding melodies and Steven’s deep voice bring his music to life!

.

.

.

 

Discuss your recording experience with your producer.

I am an artist and producer.

.

.

.

 

Discuss what comes first and last while creating a song.

Getting the idea first, developing the lyrics, and then recording the song.

.

.

 

Tell us the piece of advice you will give to a new artist.

Develop writing skills and believe in yourself.

.

.

.

 

Discuss your worse experience in the music business.

Playing a show with a small crowd.

.

.

.

 

Tell us how you deal with rejection.

Shrug it off and create a new song but listen to and learn from comments.

.

.

.

 

Tell us what you are doing to impact the people around you.

Keep devolving my musical skills.

.

.

.

 

Tell us the music that makes you happy.

Alt/R&B.

.

.

.

Tell us how you make instrumentation to your song.

Record step by step.

.

.

.

Tell us how you feel when you sing and your fans sing along to your song.

This hasn’t happened yet.

.

.

.

 

Tell us the goals you aim to achieve when creating a song.

Tell an interesting story and tug at people’s emotions.

.

.

.

 

State your approach to writing.

Guitar first!

.

.

.

 

Tell us how you plan to develop a unique music style.

Combine synth with traditional soul instrumentation.

.

.

.

 

Tell us how to record a song.

This differs from person to person.  I record a throw-a-way guitar track and record drums first. Then the actual guitar and bass tracks then background vocals l, lead vocals.

.

.

.

Tell us if you are collaborating with other songwriters or you write alone.

I write alone.

.

.

.

 

Discuss your experience with fans.

I’m most often on social media – Band is just being formed for live performance.

.

.

.

 

State your experience with booking gigs and shows.

I am just starting but I had three years’ experience with another band.

.

.

.

 

Tell us if you consider a song placement in TV or Film.

Yes.

.

.

.

 

Elaborate on the song.

The song is about personal life experience – Sad.

.

.

.

 

Elaborate on the title of the album.

Album titled Lost in You. Just need to walk away but can’t.

.

.

.

 

Share your press release and review with us.

Earmilk

Mobile Version

Georgie Kay - New Day

Georgie Kay – New Day

 

Georgie Kay - New Day

Georgie Kay – New Day

 

Artist’s Name – Georgie Kay

 

Song Title – New Day

 

Instagram

 

Facebook

 

Twitter

 

 

Spotify

 

Apple Music

 

iTunes

 

Her sassy, anthemic, exciting debut single ‘Black Mamba’ featuring notable US rapper, ‘Don Prada’ received radio play on BBC Introducing Solent and was featured as the ‘banger tune of the evening’ by Stephanie Nieuwenhuys.

 

Georgie has been busy working on her new EP with her first urban/dance track being released on 5th, April 2019.

 

SONGLINK:

 

HOT NEW R&B ARTIST TEAMS WITH SONGWRITER FRANCESKA

 

London, September 2018: Upcoming new UK R&B artist Georgie Kay has teamed up with long-time SongLink subscriber and international multi-platinum award-winning songwriter Franceska Aeschlimann, whose credits include Russian superstar Valeriya (Billboard Russia #1, No. 3 UK Dance Charts), Petula Clark, Jermaine Jackson, Mario Frangoulis, and W-inds Japan.

 

She has also co-written with Chris Eaton (Cliff Richard etc.), late Queen Producer David Richards, George De Angelis (Seal), Rob Fusari (Lady Gaga), Ronan Park, Amino Idris, and most recently multi-platinum producer Darren Martyn at his studio in East Croydon on the Georgie Kay tracks.

 

Some of Darren’s UK previous collaborations include Tinie Tempah, Ironik, Kele Le Roc, and Shola Ama, while he describes this new collaboration as an “amazing experience. Georgie’s vocal ability is great and I’m excited about the songs,” he says. “We all just clicked and created some magic. Georgie is super likable with a long career ahead of her in the industry.”

 

The singer is poised to set the charts alight with her upcoming urban pop EP, which will feature the single ‘Respect, due for release next year.

 

The anthemic track follows in the footsteps of Georgie’s first single ‘Black Mamba’, which featured as BBC Introducing’s ‘Banger tune of the evening’ and was described by ‘Like A Boss’ girls’ magazine as “the type of voice made for serving up bold and powerful lyrics-and she uses it.” (Meredith Reed, Editor, Like A Boss Girls.)

 

Georgie adds, “my new single ‘Respect’ is exactly the message I’ve been wanting to get across to my fans to always respect yourself and stand up for what you believe in.”

 

‘Respect’ delivers exactly what it says on the tin with the same fabulous punch of female power invoking the spirit of the late great Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin. Meanwhile, industry veteran Franceska couldn’t have wished for better collaboration, hitting it off from the get-go, saying, “I’m amazed at Georgie’s vocal abilities, and am delighted that the new songs have huge hit potential as Darren is such an amazing producer.”

 

Manager Amelia McCloskey anticipates that labels will be fighting to sign her as the UK’s hottest new urban act.

 

In addition, Darren Martyn has recently written and published a book for beginners in the industry entitled the ‘Guide for Artists, Songwriters and Producers’. Darren has previously signed two major publishing deals with Warner Chappell and Bucks Music where he realized his vision for the development of others.

 

He has been involved in breakthrough records including Sadie Ama ‘Falling’, M.O ‘Dance On My Own’, Fugative ‘Summertime’, Tom Zanetti featuring Sadie Ama ‘You Want Me’, to name just a few.

 

In addition, he has written and produced many records in S.E. Asia which have achieved millions of sales units.

 

You’ll find Georgie regularly performing at central London venues including iconic venue, ‘The Bedford’, ‘Portobello Market’, ‘Lucky Pig Cocktail Bar’ and ‘The Bedford Tavern.’ Between her sassy stage persona and her sultry vocals, best believe that you would not be disappointed.

.

.

.

 

Tell us what your fans are saying about your music. 

I often get comments about what I write my music about. I love to sing about things I believe in and values that I think are important and my fans appreciate that.

.

.

.

Tell us the factors you consider in choosing a song as your favourite.

A catchy melody! For me, if the song keeps on playing in your head you know you’ve done it well.

.

.

.

Tell us the names of producers you will collaborate with if you have the chance.

This summer I’m really into dance and house music. I’m a big fan of Martin Garrix and his work so collaborating with him would be pretty cool!

.

.

.

Tell us the names of the songwriters you will collaborate with if you have the chance.

There’s no doubting Ed Sheeran is incredibly talented at writing songs, working on a track with him has always been a dream.

.

.

.

 

Tell us your favourite TV show and state your reason.

I love Peaky Blinders! But my guilty pleasure would definitely be Friends or the Big Bang Theory, I find them hilarious!

.

.

.

 

Tell us your best mood to create a song.

I think a few songwriters use songwriting as a form of diary, where you write down all your emotions as often lyrics coming from the heart can create a good song but I often find my best mood for songwriting would be when I’m in a very positive mood, feeling good about myself and full of confidence.

.

.

.

 

Tell us your interpretation of fame or success.

For me success isn’t about being rich or famous, success is being able to achieve a goal you’ve set and this varies for everyone. What could be a huge success for one person may not be for another but that doesn’t mean they haven’t been successful, if they’ve pushed themselves and achieved a goal they’ve set, that’s success.

.

.

.

Tell us the names of artists you will collaborate with if you have the chance. 

Lewis Capaldi, I love his voice! I’m also a huge fan of Post Malone; I find his style of music very inspiring.

.

.

.

Tell us about your experience performing on stage for the first time or recording in the studio for the first time.

Performing on stage for the first time was the most nerve-wracking experience; it’s live so if I mess up there’s nothing you can do about it.

 

My first ever session in the studio was less intimidating because I was with my manager who I had grown to be very comfortable with singing in front of.

 

My first time in the studio with a producer and songwriter though was much more nerve-wracking, these people had worked with big names and had big expectations which I found quite daunting.

.

.

.

 

Tell us how you approach songwriting.

I go through phases, more often than not I have writing block and I can’t get anything out so I make notes as I go along of sentences that I think could work in a song and eventually put them together.

 

Some days though if I’m feeling particularly passionate about something that comes to me quite quickly. I always find it helps to have some sort of track to work with though; I can’t put together lyrics to silence.

.

.

.

 

Elaborate on what compels you to sing.

Singing can be a way of connecting with your emotions or talking about how you feel without directly talking about it, you can display all kinds of emotions through music, connecting with so many people because of that and that’s why I love it.

.

.

.

 

Elaborate on the song.

‘New Day’ is all about having a positive mind frame when you’re having a bad day, reminding yourself that tomorrow brings a new day, a new beginning and a fresh start and that everything is going to be okay and it worth the fight to pull through and see the better days ahead.

 

Mobile Version

Fake Fake - Goodnightmare

Fake Fake – Goodnightmare

 

Fake Fake - Goodnightmare

Fake Fake – Goodnightmare

 

Fake Fake – Goodnightmare

 

ARTIST NAME: Fake Fake

 

SONG TITLE:  Goodnightmare

 

RELEASE DATE: May 10th, 2019

 

GENRE: R&B

 

Facebook

 

Twitter

 

Apple Music

 

iTunes

 

Spotify

 

Bandcamp

 

Website

 

With a love affair for popular music with a purpose, and artists that attempt to meet their audience somewhere beyond the slick production and hooks alone, reaching out is R&B duo FAKE FAKE with their debut offering ‘Goodnightmare.’

 

An array of inter-generational R&B, soul, funk, and electronic influences between them, Victoria (Canada) based artists Leith Hynds and Justin Campbell are fashioning their own genre-bending niche.

 

Following a casual collaboration in August 2018, the duo became fast friends and writing partners, with explosive creative energy and natural chemistry between them.

 

Their self-described ‘Disposable Love’ approach to songwriting has been the result, with a focus on rich gospel arrangements, funk-drenched guitars, offset percussion reminiscent of the late J. Dilla, and wry wit to Campbell’s contemplative lyricism.

 

Fake Fake is producer/ instrumentalist Leith Hynds and vocalist/ instrumentalist Justin Campbell. Their debut single ‘Goodnightmare’ is available now.

.

.

.

 

Tell us your opinion on creativity and originality.

Originality is a word that holds a lot of baggage in the realm of music, where it’s easy for musicians to chase and try to acquire some sense of being an “original” or “authentic” artists. That is part of the reasoning behind our name Fake Fake.

 

Every artist including ourselves is trying to find that authenticity while having to balance putting on a ‘fake’ persona at times and maybe not sharing some of the more authentic sides of themselves for the sake of image. Fake Fake is our coming to terms with that and showing both sides.

.

.

.

 

Tell us the beginning of your passion for music.

We’ve both been creating and consuming art since we were young in one medium or another, so I think that passion to create and express ourselves through music and other formats has always been around.

 

For myself (Justin – Vocals) a large part of that was seeing pop music videos on late night T.V and feeling so energized by the sounds and visuals and wanting to do that someday.

.

.

.

Elaborate on how you make sure the quality of your sound is high.

Staying critical of every songwriting decision you are making is the key in my experience.

 

If I’m really liking the part, it’s easy to be satisfied with it and move on instead of building on it, and even harder to throw it out altogether for something potentially better. So it’s always a push and pull to get the best possible sound or feel.

.

.

.

 

Tell us how you get ideas to develop your songs.

In terms of lyrics, everyday life and relationships can be surprisingly interesting when approached from different angles and perspectives.

 

Musically Leith (producer and guitarist) will usually start with a short loop or melody that he wrote and the rest unfolds pretty organically with a new tone and melody ideas popping up at the same time.

.

.

.

 

Describe your vocal ability.

I’m (Justin – vocals) very inspired by an array of singers across genders and backgrounds, so I think my vocal ability reflects that. Sometimes it’s very soft, and at other times gravelly and commanding. It really depends on what the song is about and what the music calls for.

.

.

.

 

List the name of artists that have a similar sound to yours.

NAO, Blood Orange, Anomalie, Gavin Turek, Leisure, J.Dilla, Anderson .Paak, Zanski, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Toro Y Moi, Charlotte Day Wilson, Vulfpeck.

.

.

.

 

Discuss how you think your music is impacting your fans.

This is our first release as Fake Fake so we’ll see!

.

.

.

 

Tell us what inspires you to sing.

Sometimes I (Justin – vocals) don’t really know. Mainly just everyday human life experiences, that I get the chance to distort, bend and eventually immortalize in a song.

.

.

.

 

Discuss how you develop your melody.

Melodies come pretty freely to me (Justin – vocals). I think writing melodies is probably one of my strongest abilities in songwriting.

 

There are plenty of times where something will come to me organically after hearing a portion of a song or idea, and I’ll review it later and think, “Wow, I actually really like 90% of this!” and then proceed from there.

.

.

.

 

Tell us how you master your songs after production.

‘Goodnightmare’ was produced, recorded, mixed, and mastered all by Leith Hynds. One half of Fake Fake.

.

.

.

 

Discuss how you get your songs to digital stores.

Distribution choices seem to change as much as popular music haha. Distrokid has been a pretty good distribution choice.

.

.

.

 

Discuss how to generate income through music.

These days it’s all about having variation and being savvy enough online to take advantage of some of the promotional opportunities available to independent artists.

 

There is a lot out there to benefit from, so staying focused and putting in the work to understand it all is where we’ve seen success in the past. Putting on well-booked shows is also a huge part of the equation.

.

.

.

 

Tell us your piece of advice to a new artist.

My advice is to keep creating and getting inspired by others. It’s easy to feel closed off and separate from the wider music realm at times, but you’ll start to feel more and more a part of it if you open yourself up to other artists, genres, etc.

.

.

.

 

State your favourite radio station.

Whatever artist radio or artist-curated playlist I might be listening to on Spotify. It’s really cool to see the music that your favourite artists listen to, and they always have great taste.

.

.

.

Go into details on this song.

‘Goodnightmare’ is an ode to the friendships and romances where we deeply rely on someone else: how that dependency is a freeing and paralyzing place to find one in.

 

The sounds and sentiments of the song are equal parts uplifting and introspective, with a push and pull that we found ourselves reflected in.

 

Being massive fans of pop music with a purpose, we admire artists that attempt to meet listeners somewhere beyond the slick production and catchy hooks alone. ‘Goodnightmare’ is us reaching out.

 

Mobile Version

Georgie Femme – (Yo Yo Yo You’re So So) Sweet To Me

Georgie Femme – Sweet To Me

 

Georgie Femme – (Yo Yo Yo You’re So So) Sweet To Me

Georgie Femme – (Yo Yo Yo You’re So So) Sweet To Me

 

ARTIST NAME: Georgie Femme

SONG TITLE:  (Yo Yo Yo You’re So So) Sweet To Me

 

RELEASE DATE: 26/04/2019

 

GENRE: Indie-Pop

Facebook

 

Twitter

 

 

Instagram

 

Apple Music

 

iTunes

 

Amazon

 

Spotify

 

Bandcamp

Georgie Femme bring a fresh queer perspective to modern British guitar-pop.

 

Frontwoman Georgie McBurnie’s lyric-heavy, allegoric songwriting touches on themes including love, loss, mental health, gender euphoria, and trans experience, supported by high-energy guitar arrangements between herself and lead guitarist Ali Hitit, and danceable grooves from bassist Eve Singleton and drummer Tom Mitchell.

 

The band started after Georgie, sick of hearing her songs sounding ‘half finished’ on acoustic guitar, asked her housemate Tom if he wanted to “start a band and take over the world”.

 

After recruiting Ali and Eve, plans for world domination are still in the works, but they are definitely now a band – and that will have to do for now.

 

Musically, the band takes influence from Talking Heads, Queen, Devo, Ween, RHCP, and The Cat Empire, while their lyrics have been compared to those of Courtney Barnett, Belle and Sebastian, The Magnetic Fields and Regina Spektor.

 

In the five short months, they have been together as a band, Georgie Femme have developed an hour-long set of original material and amassed a small but devoted following in Brighton.

 

Their debut single ‘((Yo Yo Yo) You’re So So) Sweet To Me’ is available to stream and download now, with more material scheduled for release over summer and autumn of 2019.

.

.

.

 

Discuss your composition and melody. 

The title hook was the starting point for the composition of the rest of the song; I [Georgie, Vocals, and Guitar] was experimenting with the ragtime cadence at the end of the hook (Do7 into Dmaj7) on piano and thought it sounded cool, so I set it up with the rest of the harmony in D Lydian and constructed the melody by ear from there.

 

The verses of the song shift tonality into A Ionian, which sounds a little more grounded but still provides a bit of lift by contrast when the chorus comes back in.

.

.

.

State the name of your producer and elaborate on the song. 

This song was recorded by the eminent Paul ‘Win’ Winstanley at Brighton Electric recording studios.

 

Win has a long history of making great sounding records with bands and did a lot to put us at ease while we were recording which helped us to get some really nice takes while we were there. I mixed the song myself, and it was mastered by Zac Chandler.

.

.

.

 

Discuss the lyrics of the song. 

Last year, my dentist told me I’m not allowed to eat sugar anymore. I found it really hard to stop, especially because I adore sugary coffees and fruit juices…

 

It just so happens that this all took place shortly after I’d ended a relationship with someone I really liked and still have a lot of respect for, but who couldn’t give me any personal space. I saw some parallels between the two circumstances and this song felt like a natural conclusion.

.

.

.

 

Elaborate on your music career. 

Since our first gig in December 2018, we’ve built a small but devoted local following in Brighton. We’ve had an incredibly warm response to our first single, and we have more material ready to release later this year.

.

.

.

Brief us on how you are reaching fans with your music. 

We’ve had a lot of feedback from fans that our lyrics and the vibe of our music are easy to connect with, which has been pretty reassuring.

 

We’re completely self-sustaining as a band, so we’ve had to teach ourselves the ins-and-outs of social media promotion to try and reach as many people as possible.

.

.

.

 

Discuss your motive behind making music. 
Making people dance and smile! It’s as simple as that really; as a wise woman once said: groove is in the heart. We just want to connect with as many people as possible to spread joy through our tunes!

.

.

.

 

Discuss your lyrics and songwriting. 
I try not to take myself too seriously with our material for Georgie Femme songs.

 

A lot of our tunes have a biting, sardonic humour to them which I think often drives home more serious ideas in a more effective way than a deadpan delivery can.

 

There aren’t many transgender lyricists making the style of music that we do.

 

I have enormous love and gratitude for trans artists who make more political punk or acoustic music, which seems to be more common across the demographic, but I’ve always had a thing for funky pop-rock music and that seems to be the niche we’ve ended up filling with Georgie Femme.

 

That said, I think by the very nature of my personal identity, our music as a band becomes socio-political even though I often disguise gender-related lyrics behind a layer of metaphor or allegory.

.

.

.

 

Elaborate on your work and achievement so far in your music career. 
We sold out our debut launch show and we’ve been described as “the most original band in Brighton right now” by a promoter. I’m not sure if that last statement can really apply to anyone band considering how varied the music scene is, and how much talent there is here, but it’s certainly nice to hear considering we’ve only played four gigs so far!

.

.

.

 

Tell us your opinion on using rhymes dictionary or writing software to develop lyrics. 
I try not to use a rhyming dictionary if I can help it, but I don’t think there’s any shame in it so long as you aren’t compromising the point the song is trying to make.

 

As for writing software, again I don’t use it, but I think it depends on the aesthetic of what you’re trying to create.

 

For some styles of electronic music it’s ideal, and even for rock music, well, it worked for Bowie with ‘Life on Mars’ I guess, and that’s kind of difficult to argue with.

.

.

.

Discuss the music industry. 
From what I can tell, major labels are still calling many of the shots in terms of who you hear on the radio and in Hollywood films a lot of the time, but more now than ever, the music industry is comprised of independent artists, labels and promoters making cool stuff, and making cool stuff happen.

 

The way that technology (streaming and social media in particular) has shaped the industry seems to be a double-edged sword.

 

Yes, it’s easier than ever to get your work out and represent yourself, but that’s true for everyone.

 

The result is this ‘tyranny of choice’ where you need to really go above and beyond to get your music heard.

 

To say that you have to ‘really want’ a career in music is an understatement; it has to be a necessity.

.

.

.

 

Elaborate on how you prepare yourself for a recording session. 

Chai tea and tai chi.

.

.

.

 

Brief us on your preference in terms of tempo as in up-tempo, mid-tempo or slow tempo. 

It totally depends on the song! If the lyrics are super-sad, then maybe a 120 BPM shuffle isn’t going to be the right backdrop.

 

More often than not I’d rather dance than cry though, so keep that funky mid and up-tempo grooves coming all day and I’ll be a very happy bunny.

.

.

.

 

Discuss your shows or live performance. 

We are definitely genre-hoppers at heart, and I think that really comes across in our live shows.

 

We keep everything as tight as possible and try to include the crowd as much as we can.

 

Ultimately, we’re there to give a good night to whoever comes out to our shows and I think it is important to let them know they’re appreciated.

 

Also, we haven’t missed yet with finding banging support acts!

.

.

.

Share your press release and reviews with us. 

Gladly! Check out these lovely words from the folks over at Dusty Studios Productions:

Prepare yourself for the catchiest earworm since possibly ever with Georgie Femme’s stunning debut.

 

“(Yo Yo Yo You’re So So) Sweet To Me” begins on a smooth tone: for just a moment it’s unsure sure what kind of journey this track will take you on, before it cements itself firmly in that sweet-spot between easy listening and dynamic creativity (the funky, dancey kind).

 

It ramps everything up a little with each passing verse, the tune and lyrics are simple and catchy enough to grab attention, and the rest is history.

 

Frontwoman Georgie’s impressive vocal range forges the way for diversity in the melody.

 

The whole song is peppered with harmonies and tongue clicks like Easter eggs.

 

The bright guitar and groovy back-beat make the perfect soundtrack for your summer barbecue and wine evening. Or your commute to work, you are in-shower concerts or maybe even your journey to the cinema to watch Infinity War. Whatever you’re doing this coming week, we can assure you this is the easy-listening pop groove you didn’t know you needed to brighten up all the dull parts of your life. Washing the dishes will never be the same.

.

.

.

Send a message across to your fans and supporters. 

A big fat THANK YOU if you’ve listened to our single or come out to one of our shows, and if you haven’t had the chance yet, then we look forward to meeting you!

.

.

.

Discuss the storyline of the song. 

(Yo Yo Yo You’re So So) Sweet To Me is a story of true love and tooth loss.

.

.

.

 

Tell us what makes this song unique from others. 

As far as I’m aware, it’s the only break-up song out there about dental hygiene!

 .

.

.

 

Tell us the themes of most of your compositions. 

It really does vary song-to-song! While this is our only song about teeth, we have tunes about love, devotion, loss, emotion, being fantastic, running away to the Pyrenees, seasonal depression, gender euphoria, transphobia, body image, teenage disillusionment, trains, bonfire night, and nature worship. We’re really glad to have (Yo Yo Yo You’re So So) Sweet To Me out there in the world, but we have so much more music to deliver – and we’re beyond hyped for it!

 

Mobile Version

AhmniMay – On My Way

AhmniMay – On My Way

 

AhmniMay – On My Way

AhmniMay – On My Way

 

ARTIST NAME: AhmniMay

 

SONG TITLE: On My Way

 

ALBUM TITLE: LoveStill – EP

 

GENRE: R&B / Hip Hop

 

Facebook

 

Twitter

 

Apple Music

 

iTunes

 

Spotify

 

AhmniMay is a lyrical singer / rapper / songwriter duo consisting of two sisters, Ahmni Love and May that are known for their genetically blended harmonies and soulful sound.

 

Their sound is refreshing and bound to give goosebumps to anyone who listens.

 

They are vocally inspired by artists such as Beyonce, Andre 3000, Lauryn Hill and 90’s girl groups like SWV, 702, and TLC.

 

They are originally from Colorado Springs and moved to California in the summer of 2011 to pursue their dreams.

 

Their life time goal is to inspire and touch everyone that comes across their music and establish their own music business in the near future. A heartfelt and genuine experience is what you can expect when they perform live!!!

.

.

.

 

Discuss your recording experience with your producer.

We’ve worked with a lot of producers throughout Los Angeles and they all have brought great qualities to the table in order to make good music with us.

 

On this particular project, we worked with four different producers.

.

.

.

 

Discuss what comes first and last while creating a song.

We usually start out by choosing a beat we can hear our vocals on and then write to the vibe we feel at the moment.

.

.

.

 

Tell us the piece of advice you will give to a new artist.

Be open-minded with all the experiences you will come across on your journey.

 

There is no clear cut way of making music and being successful.

.

.

.

 

Discuss your worst experience in the music business. Miscommunication between us and individuals we are working with and no transparency in the intention of others.

.

.

.

 

Tell us how you deal with rejection.

We keep pushing ahead. More no’s means we are getting closer!

.

.

.

 

Tell us what you are doing to impact people around you.

We are creating inspiration to other artists to keep going on their path despite the setbacks that occur on the way.

.

.

.

 

Tell us the music that makes you happy.

Music that we can feel and vibe to – Also, when we hear a song and can connect to the lyrics and what the artist /artists are trying to portray in the song.

.

.

.

 

Tell us how you make instrumentation to your song.

We usually go hunting for existing beats from beat makers or beat makers will send us beats and we will write to the ones we like.

.

.

.

Tell us how you feel when you sing and your fans sing along to your song.

It’s a great feeling because we know that people are connecting to our song and enjoy the art that we were made to do on this earth!

.

.

.

 

Tell us the goals you aim to achieve when creating a song.

We want to make music that people can feel and relate to.  We hope to help people with our words and passion.

.

.

.

 

Tell us your approach to writing. 

Sometimes we will write an entire song in one sitting and sometimes we will get ideas and take notes overtime until the ideas become a song.

.

.

.

 

Tell us how you plan to develop a unique music style.

We do not compare ourselves to others which inevitably makes a person unique.

.

.

.

 

Tell us how to record a song.

If you are recording from your home studio, which is the place we usually record, you have to buy the recording software (i.e. Pro Tools) and a microphone.

 

After you make the purchases, you just open up the software, press record and sing into the microphone.

 

Another option is to link up with a producer or find a recording studio in your area and use the equipment provided there to record your song.

.

.

.

Tell us if you are collaborating with other songwriters or you write alone. 

We have a few songs where we collaborated with other artists but for the most part it is just us.

.

.

.

Discuss your experience with fans. 

Our fans will send us touching messages and that inspires us to keep doing what we love.  We could not do this music without the fans!

.

.

.

 

Tell us your experience on booking gigs and shows.

Most of our shows have been booked through word of mouth and after a performance; a booking agent approaches us with new gigs. Then, this repeats so we keep getting different shows at different venues.

.

.

.

 

Tell us if you consider a song placement in TV or Film.

We definitely would love for our music to be placed in TV and Film.

.

.

.

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

Our name is AhmniMay, which consists of putting our names together (Ahmni Love & May).

 

The title of our EP is “LoveStill.” The meaning of LoveStill is no matter what others say or do to you, specifically those that have hurt you in some way; it is still YOUR mission to spread love anyway.

 

Mobile Version

Lūkka - Feelings For You

Lūkka – Feelings For You

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lūkka - Feelings For You

Lūkka – Feelings For You

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lūkka – Feelings For You

 

ARTIST NAME: Lūkka

 

SONG TITLE: Feelings For You

 

ALBUM TITLE: California, Baby!

 

RELEASE DATE: March 29th 2019

 

GENRE: Pop

 

Facebook

 

Twitter

 

Instagram

 

iTunes

 

Apple Music

 

Amazon

 

Spotify

 

Website

 

Born as Lauren Clark, Lukka formed as she started writing melodies, hearing hi-hats, and humming her own made-up tunes.

 

By ten years of age, she had written enough material to make up two or three albums, and started writing the lyrics to her ‘yet to release’ debut LP at the age of 12.

 

Living in Los Angeles now, Lukka decided it was time to begin the production of the twelve-track pre-released record.

 

August 16th 2018, Lukka made her debut with the funky-fresh pop anthem, “Feelings for You.” Sky-rocketing herself into ‘Discover Weekly’ and ‘Release Radar’ the song managed to hit over 100,000 streams within the first month of its release.

 

Lukka continues her journey as she prepares her LP for its release.

.

.

.

 

State your reason for choosing music as a career.

Music hasn’t even necessarily been a career for me up until I started putting out music.

 

I’d more so consider it an outlet, or a lifeline. I’ve always wanted to be someone who encouraged others to do what they felt they wanted to do, and if I become living proof of fighting to do what I love, and people can watch that – I think they’ll do it too.

.

.

.

 

Tell us how you write the lyrics to your song.

Lyrics for me are where it all begins. If you can’t read a song through like a story after taking away all of the instrumentation and synth claps, then you’ve missed the whole point.

 

I write 100% of my lyrics by myself as of right now, typically in a dark room, on a classic electric piano or acoustic guitar.

.

.

.

 

Share your press release and reviews with us.

Audibl Wav

.

.

.

 

Discuss your life outside the music world.

I’m an average kid. I’m sixteen and literally can’t tell you a thing that I genuinely know for sure about the world.

 

I spend a ton of my time in my car driving around, trying my best to make it to class on time, literally running on five miles of gas, all while singing my heart out to any R&B music I can find on Apple Music’s, “Mood” Playlist.

.

.

.

 

Discuss your music career.

When I was getting potty trained, my mom actually recalls finding me several times, singing made up lyrics on the toilet in the dark because that’s just how it worked out best for me.

 

Growing up, I could sense others’ emotions and the way that they felt about certain situations, and quite frankly, I started being able to interpret them for them.

 

It was odd, no one really knew why or how, and then soon enough, I started writing those interpretations down, and they turned into songs. I matured, but I kept the honesty. That is the only reason that any of my songs have turned out the way that they have. It’s crazy that people want to hear them, that’s the only career I’ll claim.

.

.

.

Elaborate on your artist’s name.

This is super funny but my dad actually came up with it. He was in the Bahamas and we were trying to think about things that could work for a name. When all of a sudden, he just messed around with his words for a minute, and Lukka came out. It’s “bringer of light,” in Latin.

.

.

.

 

List your five favourite music videos with reasons.

Violet – Daniel Caesar; hands down one of the most genuinely creative people ever.

 

Slow Dancing In The Dark – Joji; his actions display unbelievable and radical emotion of what heartbreak does to the soul.

 

See You Again – Tyler, the Creator featuring Kali Uchis; this dude knows how to connect confusing and tantalizing emotion and makes it all make sense and familiar.

 

Come Through and Chill – Miguel; this is one of my favorite videos because it takes you to a perspective from two individuals that you feel like you KNOW after you’ve watched the video.

 

Exchange – Bryson Tiller; Bryson puts me into some type of retro / indie video that makes me literally want to go make a music video as soon as I watch it.

.

.

.

 

Tell us your source of inspiration.

My source of inspiration stems anywhere from heartbreak to relational fallouts that need a song written about them – For me, it’s all about the music; every single part.

 

It drives me crazy because knowing that there’s always something more to write about, makes me just want to write it.

.

.

.

 

Tell us your experience on dealing with fans.

My fans are my friends. My fans are my people. The people that connect with me make me want to work until I’m blue in the face.

 

There are people out there who need to experience closeness with others and I genuinely want my music to be the Segway between people when it comes to listening and being heard. That’s all anybody wants at the end of the day.

.

.

.

 

Elaborate on the recording of this song.

“Feelings for You” is literally the story of when I liked a guy who was so unbelievably off limits.

 

I recorded it along with the rest of the album in Laguna Hills after writing the album several months before.

 

It was like talking to a familiar friend that I actually didn’t know at all.

 

I had written the song but was in such a different place now than I was then, that it felt completely new.

.

.

.

 

Tell us your future projects.

I started my debut album, “California, Baby!” in September 2017, and I am so proud to say that it’s finally coming out March 29th 2019!

 

It’s an 8 track project, including “Feelings for You.”

 

I am incredibly excited for you to hear it. I also have a song coming out almost EVERY month of this year.

 

That concept is called the Lukka Lounge, where I manufacture different tracks in my bedroom and then throw them into the studio where the real product comes into play.

 

I’ve also started my second album which is going to be strict R&B; I’m super excited about it.

.

.

.

 

List the names of those that have supported you so far.

Nigel Martinez, Producer of my debut album

 

Toby Clark, Manager and Marketing Agent

 

Cole Boillat, Producer of Lukka Lounge / 2nd Album

 

Georganne Gould, Vocal Coach

.

.

.

 

Tell us your point of view on vocal tuning.

I don’t think there’s anything wrong with intentional tuning if it’s intended to sound a certain way, there are plenty of songs that I believe should have vocal tuning because they are meant to sound cleaner than the voice can on its own.

.

.

.

Tell us your thought on quality and quantity for the release of songs.

If you don’t think the song is good enough to be heard by the world, it’s not ready to be put out.

.

.

.

Tell us your viewpoint on comparing music career to non-music career.

Everyone has the right to a life in and outside of their career. I think that musicians should be pushed and held to a standard of having a life outside of what they do for a living.

.

.

.

 

Tell us your opinion on categorizing music into genres and sub-genres.

I think there are multiple ways to categorize different songs in the way that they are marketed. I think it’s fully possible for a song to be pop and R&B.

.

.

.

State the genre you despise most with reason.

I can’t name a genre I necessarily despise but I’d say I definitely despise pointless music – Music that’s made purely for financial reasons or for fame.

.

.

.

 

List your five favourite movies with reasons.

La La Land: This is my all-time favorite movie because it shows a modern musical as it should be made – The perfect mix of film and music.

 

Memento: This movie is honestly just mind-boggling, so interesting.

 

Ratatouille: This is my favorite kids’ movie because it never fails to keep my attention and it makes me smile.

 

Spider-Man: I honestly just love Spider-Man, and Toby McGuire.

 

The Notebook: Because who doesn’t love a sappy love story?

.

.

.

 

State the title of the song and the meaning.

Feelings for You, this song displays a wide range of emotions in the realm of high school.

 

Liking a guy who’s completely out of reach – Pretty crazy to think about how that type of stuff changes.

.

.

.

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

California Baby!

This title is actually written from one of the songs on the album – which is pretty funny. The song is all about being new to California, like I was just three years ago.

 

Mobile Version

D Fine Us - Post Truth Era Blues

D Fine Us – Post Truth Era Blues

 

 

 

 

 

 

D Fine Us - Post Truth Era Blues

D Fine Us – Post Truth Era Blues

 

 

 

 

 

ARTIST NAME: D Fine Us

 

SONG TITLE:  Post Truth Era Blues

 

ALBUM TITLE: Safe To Disconnect

 

RELEASE DATE: 25.02.2019

 

GENRE: Neo Blues, Contemporary R&B

 

Facebook

 

Instagram

 

Apple Music

 

iTunes

 

Spotify

 

Reverbnation

 

Bandcamp

 

Website

 

D Fine Us is a unique explorative music project, founded in Tel Aviv by producer and songwriter Tomer Katz. A marriage of dusty earthbound blues to warm modern electronic textures gives the project its signature hybrid sound.

 

Driven by a passion for exploring and understanding cultures, Katz travelled all the way to Mississippi in the heart of the delta to learn his craft from authentic local blues musicians. This musical creation draws lines and connects the dots between worlds.

 

Mixing raw live recordings with polished studio work, these songs were created in desolated bar rooms, wide open fields, and friend’s living rooms. The end result is a one of a kind musical experience that redefines the words rhythm & blues.

.

.

.

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

My name is Tomer Katz, I was born and raised in the vibrant and warm city of Tel-Aviv, the city that never sleeps.

.

.

.

Tell us your academic qualification.

Music B.A from Rimon Music Academy.

.

.

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

I play the guitar, harmonica and a little bit of piano, I love writing, composing and producing music and that’s mostly what I’ve been doing lately.

.

.

.

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

Finding out the artist’s deepest career difficulties and trying to help him or her with that.

As well as providing inspiration and financial help with awesome music videos.

.

.

.

 

Tell us how you are promoting your music.

My first song was premiered on the 405 Magazine.

The 405

.

.

.

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

I produce the music myself, Idan Weinbren is my manager and video director.

On ‘Post Truth Era Blues’: Lead vocals – ‘Viggz’, recording engineering – Deano SOB, mixing – Ori Rousso, script and directing – Idan Weibnren and Shlomy X Morchy, actor and dancer – Shamel Pitts, cinematographer- Eric Raphael Mizrahi, photographer – Omri Rosengart.

.

.

.

Elaborate on the song.

“Post Truth Era Blues” is our debut single. A soulful cocktail of delta blues and futuristic textures, the song is the perfect entry point to the musical world of D Fine Us.

The song shouts out the questions and conflicts we all face while living in a “Post Truth Era.”

The song brings a 21st century perspective to the concepts and conflicts that have been sung about in blues music for decades: how to tell right from wrong, reality from illusion, relaxation from addiction and love from a broken heart.

.

.

.

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

I produce music for quite a long time, but Post Truth Era Blues is my first official release as D Fine Us.

Future goal will be to play in big concert venues.

.

.

.

 

Tell us what makes you unique from others.

I guess I’m trying to create something unique by combining old music and modern music.

.

.

.

Tell us your weakness and strength pertaining music.

Weakness will be the obsession for hard work.

Strength is my devotion for hard work.

.

.

.

List your favourite songs including the artists.

Malibu – Anderson .Paak

.

.

.

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

I’m a great believer in DIY, we’re doing most of the work ourselves.

.

.

.

Tell us other activities you are pursuing apart from music.

YOGA!

.

.

.

List your various works.

‘Post Truth Era’ is my first single, more songs will be released very soon. (:

.

.

.

State your artist’s name and elaborate on it.

D Fine Us is a multi-genre project, the first album is bluesy, the next one might turn out different…

.

.

.

.

State the title of the song and the meaning.

Post Truth Era Blues; the era we’re all living in, and the blues that comes with it.

.

.

.

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

‘Safe To Disconnect’ is a reference to the USB disconnection announcement (SAFE TO DISCONNECT YOUR DEVICE).

 

Mobile Version

Montebello – Dance

Montebello – Dance

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Montebello – Dance

Montebello – Dance

 

 

 

 

 

 

ARTIST NAME: Montebello

 

SONG TITLE: Dance

 

ALBUM TITLE: Ballerina Vocale

 

RELEASE DATE: 28th November, 2018

 

GENRE: Soul Acoustic

 

Facebook

 

Apple Music

 

iTunes

 

Spotify

 

 

 

 

Montebello is a recently formed acoustic trio playing around Melbourne mainly as a cover band.

 

The trio went into the studio recently to record their first EP of originals titled “Ballerina Vocale”.

 

A CD has been released containing 4 original songs and one cover of the song Valerie.

 

Singer Mary Ann Van Der Horst is an international award winning singer and was a popular act on Australian X Factor where her audition of Halo has numerous views.

 

Guitarist Paul Grech has a Blues Rock background having played in many original and cover bands in Melbourne.

 

Paolo Familari is the bass player and main songwriter. He has played in cover and original bands around Melbourne over a long period of time and created the band after having played with Paul and Mary Ann on different projects.

 

The band has received some extremely positive feedback on their original music and can’t wait to tour!

.

.

.

Share your life story with us.

I have been playing for many years in original and cover bands.

 

I have passion for music in particular bass guitar.

.

.

.

List the names of those that have supported you so far in your music career and use this opportunity to thank them.

My wife, family and friends.

.

.

.

Narrate your experience while recording in the studio or while touring.

Enjoy being in the studio putting the flesh on the skeleton.

.

.

.

Discuss your songwriting.

Usually about life experiences while always trying to be positive.

.

.

.

Elaborate on your future projects.

More recording and playing.

.

.

.

Tell us what you are doing to increase your fan base.

Using social media and sites like this rather than relying on record companies that are out of touch.

.

.

.

Tell us that point in time you wanted to give up on your music career.

I never wanted to give up. It’s in the blood.

.

.

.

Go into detail on how you make your instrumentation or melody.

I write my songs on acoustic guitar then add the layers.

.

.

.

Tell us your favourite genre of music.

I love Soul music as it fills the heart.

.

.

.

Tell us the theme of most of your songs.

Love, new beginnings and hope.

.

.

.

Elaborate on this song.

I wrote it when I met my wife. I wasn’t sure what the future would bring.

.

.

.

Tell us your opinion on self-training and enrolling in an educational institution to study music.

Follow your dreams. If that is what you want to do, then take it in that direction.

.

.

.

Go on at length on what it takes to write a hit song.

Who knows, write music because you enjoy it.

.

.

.

State your artist’s name and elaborate on it.

Our name is Montebello named after my father’s village in Italy.

.

.

.

 

State the title of the song and the meaning.

Song title is Dance. It means the dance of life.

.

.

.

 

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

Title of our EP is Ballerina Vocale. It is dedicated to our amazing and humble singer.

 

Mobile Version

Amahla - Dorothy's Verses

Amahla – Dorothy’s Verses

 

 

 

 

 

 

Amahla - Dorothy's Verses

Amahla – Dorothy’s Verses

 

 

 

 

Palpable uncertainty of issues like Brexit, immigration and women’s rights threatens to douse the flames of creativity in the next generation. But in times of hardship, authentic voices, stories and creativity can always thrive.

 

Hackney native Amahla is a prime example of this. After graduating with a 1st class degree from UCL with a thesis on African American brutality, Amahla was mentored by Songwriter Carla Marie Williams (Beyonce, Britney Spears) as a finalist in her songwriting competition.

 

A year later Amahla was awarded the PRS Lynsey De Paul Prize for outstanding emerging female songwriters.

 

Amahla then closed 2018 as a recipient of the second ever MOBO Awards X Help Musicians Grant for her exceptional voice. Making industrious use of her community Amahla has cemented her reputation as one to watch for 2019.

 

The young artist has already performed at legendary venues such as The Jazz Cafe and Camden Roundhouse, as well as a forthcoming show at The Royal Albert Hall.

 

She also featured on the co-written “Red Honey” alongside Bronswood future bubbler Shunaji. The track landed the #1 spot on Radio 1Xtra’s EP of the week, where Amahla was named “One to Watch”.

 

She then released her first solo single “Old Soul”, garnering support from BBC Radio 1Xtra, 6Music and a number of tastemaker online media.

 

Looking to 2019, Amahla is set to release her full EP mid-February, with a launch event at The Roundhouse on February 19th.

 

The first release from the EP is the affecting, soulful and exquisitely performed “Dorothy’s Verses”. The track tells the story of Amahla’s grandmother, a domestic abuse survivor who now suffers from Alzheimer’s.

 

“Dorothy’s Verses” explores what truth is, looking back at her life through the lens of the fragmented memories she has now. It’s a song that’s reflective in its nature, telling a personal story, while also speaking broadly about the need to amplify women’s stories in the era of Me Too, a sentiment all fans can take something from.

 

Amahla states:

“Dorothy’s Verses” is my grandmother’s story of looking at her life through a new lens of Alzheimer’s. But it’s also about the need to hear women speak from their truths. We’re living through Me Too, a movement where women are reclaiming their stories and pushing them into our collective memories, this is but/just one verse.

 

Facebook

 

Twitter

 

Instagram

 

Spotify

 

Apple Music

 

Bandcamp

 

Deezer

 

iTunes

 

Mobile Version