Classical and theatrical pop artist Cameron Owen releases his cover of Les Miserables track “Bring Him Home,” a track he holds close to his heart, on April 21st via Kycker.
International superstar cellist HAUSER shares the romantically stunning song and video of “The Phantom of the Opera” theme by renowned composer Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber.
Jazz artist Ernesto Cervini speaks about his musical background, new record ‘Joy’ (TPR), and what he sees as the best moment of his career thus far.
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Fredrik Saroea of Datarock fame joins us for an intimate track-by-track overview of his collaboration with the BIT20 Ensemble, ‘Rona Diaries: The Chamber Versions (Live at Grieg Hall, Bergen).’
Read our interview with Cellista wherein we discuss her “Pretend” music video, its concept, her collaborative vision for her work, and more.
Along with the debut of the “Laurie Green” music video, we spoke with Cellista about how the song fits into her ‘Pariah’ album, the accompanying visuals, and how the video was shot.
Today we unveil the second installment of our four-part series of music videos from performance artist and composer Cellista. Perhaps the most hard-hitting and revealing song on her new record, operatic and cinematic in nature, “Pariah” also features the lyrical talents of Cellista’s long-time collaborator, rapper and librettist Demone Carter.
Today, in the first part of a special four-part series wherein we unveil a new music video every Thursday in February, singer, songwriter and artist Cellista joins us for an in-depth guest blog wherein she both débuts her “Debris Field” video and discusses her riveting new record, ‘Pariah.’
With her latest offering, ‘Dies Irae,’ Joan Avant illustrates just how harmonious classical and hard rock can be. Through ten brand new tracks, the classically trained singer and songwriter takes you through a magnificent mash-up of haunting vocals, exquisite harmonies, and powerful guitars.
We’ve arrived at episode 44 of the Uncontaminated Sound series, and it’s perhaps host Robert Lundberg’s most noteworthy conversation yet; chart-topping, Billboard and Emmy-nominated pianist, composer, and arranger, Arthur Hanlon.
Guided by artistic desire and limitless curiosity, Robert Lundberg has become a highly regarded photographer and filmmaker lauded for…