‘Inside The Silence’ is a convoluted, complex and layered way of describing internal turmoil. The confusion that reigns, the guilt and the unknown feelings that take you over. Being female can be hard and misunderstood. A lot of the almost nonsensical use of words is deliberate. Because those varied feelings can make no sense. The video heavily features footage from a couple of short films in which I was an an actor.. and the mood was ideal for the tone of the song. Things break, fall, blend and transform, with minimal colour. ‘Inside The Silence’ is our most prog song, and the use of low end vocal with high harmonies was a way of showing both the dark and light side in its extremities. As with all our songs, I never wanted to leave hope out of the equation. So it is there; hidden, but there. – Marlain Angelides (vocalist)
A really good prog-rock band from New York City came across my desk a couple of weeks ago by way of a press release, so I gave the Soundcloud link for their new CD, Resurrection, a quick listen. The name of the band is Orissa and they blew me away. The thing I love about prog-rock bands is that these are some technically skilled musicians and it shows in their songwriting. The title track from the CD along with a song called “Tara” and “Shades of Grey,” really tickled by fancy. These songs were killer!
What should an artist do when he or she feels they have reached the proverbial artistic glass ceiling? Well, there is no specific answer to that but in the case of singer/songwriter Melodyne Reyne, she moved to another city to start again. A bold move you may say but it’s slowly paying off as she drops a set of visuals for her new single “With You”. The SCF Beats-produced single is an unapologetic love laden piece that shows the sultry and assertive side of her. Now based in L.A, the Indianapolis raised songstress has embarked on a mission to establish herself and her music with this new single.
Read more at https://earmilk.com/2017/11/14/melody-reyne-goes-the-extra-mile-with-you-video/#AC49UeHrgVie1szd.99
From The Artist : [Carly] Music helps me make sense of the senseless, helps me lead with compassion and is an outlet for oh so many emotions. A week after the women’s march, I was out a bar and some man felt the need to “flatter” me my grabbing my butt. It was my boiling point, 26 years in the making. All the Alanis Morissette angst in my veins came pouring out into this song, the emblematic lyric being “I’m the panther not the prey”.
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