Hailing from the picturesque landscapes of Hawai’i, Sara Beth Yurow is an emerging pop-punk artist whose talent has graced various stages and screens. Her journey into music began early, with songwriting at the tender age of 10 and self-taught guitar skills at 15. Sara Beth’s artistic prowess extends to her vocal training in both Modern Technique and Classical Italian Voice.
Her first taste of the professional entertainment world came as a back-up singer for Rachel Platten during the 2016 ESPN Pro Bowl Pregame Show. This experience, coupled with appearances on popular shows like “Hawai’i Five-0” and representing Susan Page Modeling at Disney World, fueled her determination to pursue music as a career. Upon her move to Los Angeles, she crossed paths with producer Warner Songwriter Natalia Bortolotti, known for her engineering and sound design work on Grammy-nominated hits like Dua Lipa’s “Future Nostalgia” and Justin Bieber’s “Intentions.”
Sara Beth’s debut single, “Twenty One Night Stands,” is a captivating blend of intensity and sensuality, telling the story of a man leaving behind a troubled past for a brighter future. With an authentic and ethical approach to her craft, Sara Beth is poised to make her mark in the music industry, and her single is set to release on July 28th, promising an exciting journey into the world of pop-punk.
With a career spanning several years and inspired by the timeless wisdom of George Harrison’s advice to keep writing songs, Michael Lyon is set to unveil his fourth album, “WHAT COULD BE.” As a versatile artist, Lyon has meticulously crafted this album, and what sets it apart is the essence of perseverance and experience that permeates its tracks. Intriguingly, this album emerges during these challenging times, particularly highlighted by the track “How Long It Takes,” penned and recorded amidst the pandemic’s uncertainty. Each song carries a sense of urgency, emphasizing the potential that lies within each day.
Behind this musical endeavor, Michael Lyon is the driving force, contributing vocals, guitars, piano, keyboards, strings, and percussion. His influences range from The Beatles to classical masters like Mozart, shaping the album’s eclectic yet cohesive sound.
As Lyon navigates the various stages of life, from academics to a career in teaching, his music evolves alongside him. “WHAT COULD BE” is a testament to his journey, with each song contributing to the ever-evolving narrative of his musical legacy. The album takes inspiration from the great songwriters of the past, embodying the spirit of folk harmonies reminiscent of CSNY or Simon and Garfunkel.
Recorded in California’s ReadyMix Recording Studios, engineered and co-produced by Paul Horabin, and mastered by Don Tyler at IO Mastering, this album represents a culmination of creativity and dedication. From captivating harmonies to profound lyrics, “WHAT COULD BE” is a reflection of Michael Lyon’s unwavering commitment to his craft, and it’s poised to make a significant mark in the world of music.
Movment, the post-punk alternative indie rock band, dropped their latest single, “I BELIEVE IN NOISE,” on September 15, 2023. This captivating track was recorded at End of Light Studios and Grouse Lodge in Mullingar, Ireland. The band’s dedication to sonic excellence is evident as the single was mixed by Alex Borwick and masterfully mastered by Jerome Schmitt at The Airlab. The artwork and photography for the release are crafted by the talented UVRay.
“I BELIEVE IN NOISE” delves into the profound impact of sound, music, and noise on our existence, mood, and life’s course. For Movment, these elements are not just auditory experiences; they are feelings, guiding lights, and a source of spiritual upliftment. The band’s deep obsession with music drives them to express their ideas and thoughts through this powerful medium.
This single is a precursor to Movment’s upcoming album, “REINVENTION,” slated for release in November 2023. The band’s music is characterized by its dark, immediate, and authentic qualities, offering a unique perspective on life. Movment, with members Martin Kelly, Kevin Kelly, Mark Kelly, and Isabella Rowden Kelly, employs guitars, bass, drums, and synths to create straightforward, atmospheric, and honest music. “I BELIEVE IN NOISE” marks a profound renewal and reinvention for Movment, setting the stage for an exciting musical journey ahead.
GOLDSCHATZ, the captivating acoustic folk duo, emerges as a harmonious collaboration between Swiss guitarist and singer Timothy Jaromir and the talented Canadian artist Rykka. Their enchanting melodies have become a fixture in Switzerland’s live music scene, gaining recognition on both local and international radio stations, including Canada and Germany. Notably, they’ve earned acclaim in the blogosphere and at prestigious music competitions like Balcony TV and the Independent Music Awards, where they reached the finals.
The essence of GOLDSCHATZ lies in their sincere songwriting and the intimate moments they craft within their music. This authenticity resonates deeply, as their voices seamlessly intertwine to create a harmonious tapestry of sound. In their latest EP, “Twin Flame,” released in 2023, GOLDSCHATZ embarks on a musical journey that traverses two continents.
“Twin Flame” delves into the essence of connection, using the term as a poetic expression of the intense bond shared by two individuals who share the same soul. This magnetic connection reverberates through their music and electrifies their live performances. The EP features three original compositions and two carefully chosen covers, all revolving around the theme of wilderness. The freedom of the Swiss outdoors and the enchanting forests of Western Canada serve as a wellspring of inspiration for GOLDSCHATZ’s music. Recorded in Winterthur, Switzerland, and produced by the acclaimed Giuliano Sulzberger, “Twin Flame” promises to be a captivating musical journey.
Fans of GOLDSCHATZ will soon have the chance to experience the EP live as the duo embarks on a tour throughout Switzerland, sharing their enchanting stories and melodies with eager audiences.