Indie pop vocalist Sabina is nearing the release of her debut EP “I Wish”. “I Wish” was produced by Louis Lahav and serves as a self-stated loving tribute to a loved one lost (the passing of her father) and a new love gained (the birth of her son). Sabina was raised in Stuttgart, Germany but relocated to Tel Aviv, Israel and then Los Angeles, California to pursue an acting career. Sabina is described as a “driven, artistic soul” who has explored numerous creatives outlets, music being her latest fascination. Of her time working with Louis Lahav, Ori Avni, Korin Allal and Tamir Kalisky, Sabina said “I enjoyed it a lot as a female artist who was just taking her first steps in the music industry here in Israel”. Enjoy our interview with Sabina below.
Italian rock band Dead Bouquet released their self-titled debut album via Seahorse Recordings late last Fall. “As Far As I Know” was produced by Paul Kimble (Grant Lee Buffalo) who not only recorded and mixed the album but also contributed as a session musician with his multi-instrumental abilities. The album was then mastered by Joe Gastwirt. In regards to having this opportunity the band said they “are grateful for having had the possibility to work with these two worldwide talents. In this album we put all (of) ourselves, not only melodies and signatures”. Find out more about the members of Dead Bouquet below.
Brandyn Bordeaux, who originally performed as the solo project H*Wood, is the MC whose dread-lock flailing, riveting performance style catapulted him to the Billboard Top 40 in 2010 with his song ‘Could it Be You (Punk Rock Chick)’. Bordeaux is the hip-hop vocalist responsible for bringing all of the musical pieces of the band together and now, utilizing the vision of six vibrant souls on one stage, H*Wood has grown into a live hip-hop/EDM fusion band with immense potential. Enjoy our interview with the members of H*Wood below.
The latest album release by Barbara Lusch (“Rock Me Sweet”) has been described as “a surprising and magnetic reinterpretation of some of the best loved rock anthems of the 1980s”. “Rock Me Sweet” was recorded at the legendary Capital Studios Studio and features Lusch reinterpreting and rearranging well-known releases of 80’s male rock icons such as Bruce Springsteen, Bon Jovi and Bono on this project. The sessions feature an all-star cast, including Earl Rose, who arranged the music and conducted the orchestra, multiple Grammy Award winner Al Schmitt, pianist Michael Lang, bassist Hassan Jiffry, guitarist Larry Koonse, and drummer Harvey Mason. Says Barbara: “I wanted to do these songs my way, and bring out the vulnerability and emotional depth of the lyrics”. Enjoy the full interview with Barbara Lusch below.