Apr 29, 2011

Featured Artist interview: Our Future Leaders (E68)

About: Our Future Leaders from Orlando, USA

"An original rock band from Orlando, Florida utilizing as many styles as possible, and they're not afraid to change it up. Formed in 2005, Our Future Leaders has begun to make themselves known in the local music scene of Central Florida with catchy songs, high energy, and insane guitar riffs.
"The talent of this band is something to watch... I’m happy that there are bands going in the energy direction like Our Future Leaders." - Stephen Bray"

1). What musical instrument is the wildest/most fun to play on (from your point of view)?
Electric guitar is definitely my favorite, though I'm really looking forward to trying out a Theremin..that looks like a lot of fun and really weird.

Featured Artist interview: BOMBSHELTER (E68)

About: BOMBSHELTER from Copenhagen, Denmark

"The band, which includes Emil Balle, Kaare Bjørn, Nicolaj Sejer and Hasse Petersen, has existed since 2010, but the four musical talents have played together in other formations since 2005. BOMBSHELTER take one step at a time, and so far it is the prestigious final at Store Vega (Emergenza festival) and the semifinals of the Starfighter 2010 at Posten in Odense, that dominates the most on the experience-account for the aspiring musicians.

"We're very proud that we have come this far so quick. Playing at Store Vega is a bit of a dream come true for us", says lead singer and guitarist Emil Balle, who also writes most of the songs. 
BOMBSHELTER places their music in the genre Synthphonic Movie Rock with electronic and classical elements, and the four guys burns to reach out to audiences with their uncompromising songs."

1). What musical instrument is the wildest/most fun to play on (from your point of view)? 
I'v played different kinds of instruments. Drums, Guitar, Bass, a little Piano, but most of the time I create music on my labtop. Recently I bought a Roland Ghaia synth, and although I could create the same sounds with my Ableton Live, I have to say that the interface, the easy-to-use approach and the simplicity combined with nice fat sounds and fun fx, makes the Ghaia my favorite "kaos/control" sound maker. I can easily create destruction, and then switch to total control in a heartbeat.

Apr 28, 2011

Featured Artist interview: Jase The Band (E68)

About: Jase The Band from Zoetermeer, Netherlands

"Once upon a time, there was a band called Jase. Founded by Jeroen (vocals/guitar) and Steven (bass/bg vocals), who recruited a guy on drums and another one on guitar. They practiced mainly in The Hague. They had some fun, party’s, performed a few shows, recorded the Hold You Down EP, had some fights and finally kicked the new 2 guys out.
That could have been the end of it after a couple of years of fun, or they could have started a duo and become the new Everly Brothers. But…
…they saw the light. Who needs another sellout? So they recruited a new drummer and Petterik (guitar). Jase relocated to Zoetermeer, partied and played many times in and around Zoetermeer. They recorded the Friends single but somehow, after 5 years, the light went out.
We tried to find new inspiration and panicked! We started a coverband, recruited a female singer, tried a dozen lead guitar players, kicked them all out, and finally settled on our lead guitarplayer Robin. But we also lost our longtime drummer…
Luckily we persuaded our friend (and replacement) drummer Mark to permanently join, soon after our female singer left and we kicked the covers out.
Finally, after a year, picked up were left. Jase was reborn! Ready to rock again, better than ever and ready to rule the world…
But are you ready for us?
We’re JASE"

1). What musical instrument is the wildest/most fun to play on (from your point of view)?
I think that would be the guitar, because you can create the most weird sounds on your guitar, especially on my Les Paul.

Featured Artist interview: Awake! Awake! (E68)

About: Awake! Awake! from Nashville , USA

"We got off to a promising start...more promising than maybe we even realized. I think we underestimated ourselves. It seemed preposterous that people would actually want to hear our art. Near the end of 2007, we released our first record We’ve Been Strangers. It was recorded entirely independently in the upstairs bonus room of a college home in Murfreesboro, TN. The whole process was a blast! Everyone had tons of ideas and the energy was fantastic. The positive feedback we kept getting was both a tremendous shock and encouragement to us. It was a phenomenal atmosphere for a developing band.
But it’s been a whirlwind of time and circumstances since we released that first record. Being a part of this band has been one of the most fun and rewarding experiences of our lives...but it hasn’t always been easy. There were times when we were frantic and stressing, learning-on-the-go how to get our first set of songs out there, then re-assessing our hopes after band mates and close friends decided to move in different directions...even on the best of terms. In these last few years, we’ve experienced doubt, uncertainty, and the loss of both relationships and opportunities. We’ve also experienced countless new possibilities, new birth, and a re-invention of ourselves and our sound. We hope we’re better for it all. And we hope the proof is in the songs.
This is the story of Bittersweet Horizon..."

1). What musical instrument is the wildest/most fun to play on (from your point of view)?
Really anything that makes noise that we can have some control over. I(Andrew) do enjoy my guitar rig(2 Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifiers and 2X12 Cab) on full distortion and lots of noise. We use that sound live on certain solo sections. It's fun to play, but it's best used sparingly in our style of rock.

Apr 27, 2011

ArenaCast Episode 68 Playlist

Week April 27 - May 4
This week: This episode highlights new releases from Bowling For Soup, The Wombats, Steve Earle and Emmylou Harris, and also features music by artists from the UK, the USA, Denmark, Bulgaria and Ukraine.  
ArenaCast Episode includes:

# Artist Track
1 Bullitt Musik UK Way Of The Sun
2 Awake! Awake! Distance
4 The Upset Victory Iron Sights
5 Djiel Out of my Head
6 Our Future Leaders Enemy
7 Singleton Hey Boy
8 Jase The Band Taste Of The Highlife
9 Bent Stokes The Fire
10 Soundfull__ Exiled

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Featured Artist interview: Askalfie (E67)

About: Askalfie from Birmingham ,UK

"There is something very cheeky about Ask Alfie.
He's borrowing a bunch of musical juice from a range of genres riding high in the charts right now, with a smirk and a smile - knowing damn well Joe Public won't be able to resist the resulting concoction.
From the perky Jamie-T-esque Karaoke, with the additional electro beats and an indie vibe to the Coldplay - meets -Plan B ballard Awkward Love - Ask Alfie has absolutely nailed the musical tastes of 2011, ticking all the right boxes and tipping his hat to all the right people.
The patchwork of styles and tastes works perfectly - never sounding thrown together or messy, and he deftly overlays one sound with something equally exciting.
With The Streets bowing out in style earlier this year, there is a vast Mike Skinner - shaped hole in music right now, it'd be great to see Ask Alfie fill those shoes."

1). What musical instrument is the wildest/most fun to play on (from your point of view)?
I saw an old football player on a programme called soccer am, and he had invented some cube/box that you play with your hands like a drum , its not that wacky it just looked fun.

Featured Artist interview: Eastend Promises (E67)

About: Eastend Promises from London

"EastEnd Promises started as a 3 peice band from Newham East London who joined forces with Iason Everit last year and are quickly making their way to the top. They are self taught and pride themselves in giving 110% at every performance. If rock with a twist is what u want, then look no further than EastEnd Promises, a great contrast of hard to mellow, progressive to indie, and energetic to emotional, EastEnd Promises has it all..."
1). What musical instrument is the wildest/most fun to play on (from your point of view)?
gibson thunderbird, there aint nothing quite like it it has its own growl.

Apr 26, 2011

Featured Artist interview: The Freys (E67)

About: The Freys from Redwood Valley, USA

"The Freys are currently performing as a quartet with the musical styling of Daniel Frey on lead vocals and guitar, and the occasional banjo, ukelele, accordion, or piano in the mix. The Freys have released three albums, the self-titled first album, The Freys, the second release, People are Sacred, and their most recent addition, Here: Inner Silence. Daniel’s brother Sam Frey performs on the stand-up bass, and adds harmony vocals to the Frey brothers’ arrangements. Soul brother, Agustin del Norte has joined them on the drums and harmony vocals, and Mori Natura (Daniel’s wife) plays on the mandola, with high harmony vocals."

1). What musical instrument is the wildest/most fun to play on (from your point of view)?
We all play multiple instruments, but find that the voice is the best instrument, because you can bring it anywhere with you!

Featured Artist interview: Mikromusic (E67)

About: Mikromusic from Wroclaw, Poland

"Mikromusic is one of the particularly interesting young bands on the Polish musical stage. Its music comprises many styles, but is based on jazz and trip hop. Here it turns out again that these apparently different musical worlds can create an unexpectedly cohesive sound together. The enigmatic voice of the singer Natalia Grosiak is a genuine hallmark of the band, which gains increasingly more recognition every year.
Until now, they have released three records. Their debut album Mikromusic features many guests, including Leszek Możdżer, multi-instrumentalist Sambor Dudziński or accordionist Piotr Dziubek.
The second album, entitled Sennik, was released at the turn of December 2008. The title of the record refers to the motif of dream, which appears frequently in the band’s lyrics, whereas the music itself draws from a variety of styles, including jazz, trip hop, funky or even folk music. The whole repertoire is bonded by Natalia’s poetic feminine lyrics.
In the autumn of 2010, the third record of the band, entitled SOVA, will be available for sale. As previously, songs are arranged in jazz & trip hop style. The lyrics and the vitality of music, which was retained thanks to the simultaneous recording of all instruments, deserve particular attention. This third album reinforces the position of Mikromusic on the music market.

1). What musical instrument is the wildest/most fun to play on (from your point of view)?
From my point of view : the own voice is the the coolest instrument. You can take it always with you in any trip of your life. But the most wildest instrument for me is Kaoss Pad, thanks to it I can use my voice, change it and wonder what I can discover new coming from my mouth;)

Featured Artist interview:Andy O'Sullivan (E67)

About: Andy O'Sullivan from Limerick, Ireland

"Andy is a singer/songwriter from Co Limerick who plays guitar and keyboards as well as singing
He has been singing and playing in bands for over 15 years, mainly to the Irish community in the UK, before moving back to Ireland two and a half years ago.
Although a lot of Andy's musical influences draw from the Irish folk/rock and ballad styles of the Saw Doctors, The Waterboys, The Dubliners and Luke Kelly, his original material is more sharper and more diverse, drawing on rock and ska influences as well as the folk/rock style.
Having moved back to Ireland, Andy released a 15 track self-produced album in 2010 called 'Flight of Earls' - a tribute to the many Irish artists and songs that provided the inspiration for Andy's own career.
Andy is now concentrating heavily on songwriting and is busy writing and producing songs for a follow up album of original material for release at the end of 2011."

1). What musical instrument is the wildest/most fun to play on (from your point of view)?
Definitely the guitar ! I'm not as proficient on it as the keyboard, but I find it much more expressive, and a lot more fun, after all apart from the old Roland SH-101 you cant swing a keybpard round can you ?

Apr 21, 2011

ArenaCast Episode 67 Playlist

Week April 20 - April 27
This week: This episode highlights new album releases from Snoop Dogg, Gorillaz, Explosions In The Sky, and contains songs by artists from Poland, France, Iran, California and Colorado. 
ArenaCast Episode includes:

# Artist Track
1 Chegali Walking
2 Andy O'Sullivan The World Still Turns
3 Creebrzy Human Nature
4 Definne It's Not U It's Me
5 Onyxland Purple Sun
6 Mori Freya Dolphins
7 Mikromusic Wigilia
8 Hollow Young Walter Mitty
9 Askalfie Awkward Love
10 EastEnd Promises Plead Your Innocence

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Apr 18, 2011

Featured Artist interview: ATRIA (E66)

About: ATRIA

"ATRIA were reformed in the year 2009, by DAPHNE GEROGIANNI and ARIS ZARAKAS (ex-Magic De Spell, Active Member, Rodes), alongside with STEFANOS KUNDIG. Defining their new sound as Alternative/ Rock, ATRIA are now in the studio recording new material, expected to be released soon.
The band was first formed as an electro duet in 2000. Choosing their name by a navigation star, they released two EP's, "Ta Pedia tis Polis"(2001), “Man in Motion"(2004), and one album "Ime Kardia"(2003), and have participated in various Greek compilations. Their live performances included openings for bands like: The Stereo Mc’s, Pet Shop Boys, Marc Almond, Anne Clark, Hoovephonic and The Scissor Sisters.
NOW...Tune In, Turn On, Burn Into..."

1). What musical instrument is the wildest/most fun to play on (from your point of view)?
A Fender Stratocaster!

Apr 15, 2011

Featured Artist interview: Joel Ray Hensley (E66)

About: Joel Ray Hensley from Sacramento, California

...Self taught from that day forward, Joel Ray Hensley started pouring through the material of his Blues heroes only to discover the gritty layer beneath these modern musical giants. There, he found the roots of everything that made his creative blood boil -the smooth lyrical style of Muddy Waters, the showmanship and professionalism of the giant behemoth of a man, Howlin’ Wolf and the direct tonal tie between Stevie Ray Vaughan and Stevie’s own mentor, Albert King. He saw in these players the tools they used to express the basics of the Blues. He heard the connections between the plowshares and the calls of the Southern field workers and the modern electric expression of emerging Blues artists.
The clouds parted and the full force of the sun became apparent when Joel ran across the music of Jimi Hendrix, the Rosetta Stone for deciphering the Blues of the past and a sign post that pointed to the future of the Blues musician. All were right there in the grooves of every cut by Joel’s new musical guru.
Joel Ray Hensley’s professional career has been varied in scope, but one thing has always been crystal clear: Life is the Blues and music is the vehicle that allows us to walk in another man’s shoes, . . feel his pain, . . rejoice in his joy, . . or glow in the light that is redemption.
It’s that music that Joel Ray Hensley strives to bring to a listening audience every day...

1). What musical instrument is the wildest/most fun to play on (from your point of view)?
I used a Gibson Les Paul on the song What Ever Happened. I played through a small Behringer bass amp and had everything on 10 except for guitar tone knobs, turned all the way down. Made the hair on the back of my neck stand up when we were recording!

Featured Artist interview: Shenanigans (E66)

About: Shenanigans

"We would like to introduce to you a new kind of acoustic music. I write a lot of sappy love songs or hate songs (Depending on how you would like to look at it) and I feel it is your duty to listen and relate to them! I don't write solemnly about my balmy love interests, but I write more for what others can relate to.
I'm sure most of you will feel the way my songs may relate. Listen and tell me what you think! I am from Rosamond Ca, and just moved to Mesquite Tx. Hoping to find some gigs at local venues. I have been writing for 7 years and am just now starting to put my music out!"

1). What musical instrument is the wildest/most fun to play on (from your point of view)?
I love to play guitar, but I think playing the drums is the most wildest/most fun. A lot of movement!

Apr 14, 2011

Featured Artist interview: Johnny Rowe (E65)

About: Johnny Rowe

"Rock guitar player for 50 years. Songwriter, band leader of 5-6 bands, presently band leader of JNX with his partner Sheryll. Playing Shadows, Hollies, Rolling Stones and others as well as his own compositions. Two previous CD's released and new one being recorded at present. Also runs the "Time for a JNX" show on Arrow 92.7FM once a month"

1). What musical instrument is the wildest/most fun to play on (from your point of view)?
Electric guitar (Fender Stratocaster)

2). What has been the biggest challenge in your life?
Getting my music noticed especially here in NZ.

Apr 13, 2011

ArenaCast Episode 66 Playlist

Week April 13 - April 20
This week:  This episode highlights new releases from the Foo Fighters, TV On The Radio, Alison Krauss and Paul Simon. The playlist includes songs by artists from New Zealand, Greece, the USA, and England in various genres.
ArenaCast Episode includes:

# Artist Track
1 AnjuZ How Easily...
2 Joel Ray Hensley Man Of The Blues
3 Shenanigans On Our Own
4 Thomas Enterprises Mrs Hennesy
5 Yay4Me Promises
6 Germaphonics La Carrera
7 Second Sun Horizon Ghost
8 SuffiX A Dozen Faces
9 Blackberry Wednesday Something New
10 ATRIA My Favorite Tears
11 Beautiful Collision Mean St.

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Featured Artist interview: Andre Stewart (E65)

About: Andre Stewart

"I have been producing music for three years now, my motivation to my songs is to share with people that you can be anything you wanna be if you put your mind into it. one day i want to have my own label and be a producer, or maybe even a well known artist. i am looking at doing a few more songs and maybe even produce a album. i love working with other people that have the same passion as me."

1). What musical instrument is the wildest/most fun to play on (from your point of view)?
The Piano, Endless opportunity's.

Apr 12, 2011

Featured Artist interview: Kolors of Zound (E65)

About: Kolors of Zound from Vienna, Austria

"Instigated in 2009 by the colombian guitarist and composer Manuel Calvo Kamper. After composing enough material for one album, joined to the project Dominik Scherr / Austria (student of oboe and drums at the university of music in vienna) and Christo Popov / Bulgaria (student of clasical piano at the same university).
Kolors of Zound shows extremely different facets on it´s songs. The idea of the band is showing many musical styles... Sometimes song by song, sometimes on the same song."

1). What musical instrument is the wildest/most fun to play on (from your point of view)?
Well... I´m a composer and because of that I can not think particularly, that there´s an instrument better than the others. My instrument is the guitar and off course! I love it! I´m always finding new possibilities (sounds, melodic and harmonic movements) that help me enrich my self as an instrumentalist. But as I said... Music is made from the combination of many sounds together, and for that you need all available resources.

Featured Artist interview: DixJcrushe (E65)

About: DixJcrushe

"No real bio here I m just trying to produce sounds and strolling along my mind to escape
Also if anyone over the world appreciate it, that's great!"

1). What musical instrument is the wildest/most fun to play on (from your point of view)?
I love synthesizers : just put a chord or a note on keyboard and tweak filters, lfo's for hours...it's magical, i really love bass too but i've never really learned it.

2). What has been the biggest challenge in your life?
Perhaps it would be nice to make a great song and figure on a real album

Apr 8, 2011

Featured Artist interview: Gary E Hines Jr (E65)

About:Gary E Hines Jr from Owings Mills, USA

"Bassplayer, producer, own a label, it's a awesome label! It for small, and Big, labels that need a international lic's deal, that's what we do, and we have a kid's company, called Reinvent" for kids, check it out, www.groundeffexrecords.com everything you need too see is right there, thank you."

1). What musical instrument is the wildest/most fun to play on (from your point of view)?

2). What has been the biggest challenge in your life?
completing my dream; the music industry

Apr 7, 2011

Featured Artist interview: GUIDELINE (E65)

About: GUIDELINE from Wels, Austria

"Without a doubt, Guidelines studio work is excellent. Their live performances – ass-kickin’. This indisputable fact was proved by the fourth place at Middle-Europe’s biggest band contest, the “ABC feat. International Live Award”, with more than 1.000 participants.
Highly motivated, they intensified their efforts and created the first long player “Traveler On Midway” in cooperation with the Nuremberg producer’s team all around Christoph Binder and Christoph Beyerlein. (Release Date: 21st January 2011) The Stoner Rock influenced casualness of the album is strongly inspired by the wild and explicit Rock and Grunge sound of the last decades (particularly the nineties).
After completing the record, medial interest rises significantly. The Rock- and Metal-Webzine metal.de was like “…honest, hand-made, 100% authentic rock music, that grabs the balls.” and rated a juicy 8 out of 10. Metal Hammer Germany is also convinced of their talent and nominated Guideline to “Heroes of Tomorrow” in January edition 2011 including interview and album review."

1). What musical instrument is the wildest/most fun to play on (from your point of view)?
electric guitar!

Apr 6, 2011

ArenaCast Episode 65 Playlist

Week April 6 - April 13
This week: This episode highlights new album releases from Glasvegas, Hollywood Undead, The Kills and The Ravonettes. The 10 songs featured are by artists from New Zealand, Austria, the US, England and Germany.
ArenaCast Episode includes:

# Artist Track
1 DixJcrushe Quand Tu Marches
2 Andre Stewart Dance The Night Away
3 Taktist Beatz Give Me A Sign
4 Justin James Time
5 Ian Haylor Yo'ure Not The One
6 Gary E Hines Jr Lips All Over My Body
8 Ian Rushton Huashan Zhi Yun
9 Kolors of Zound The Arrival
10 Johnny Rowe Strangers

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Featured Artist interview: 3rd Machine (E64)

About: 3rd Machine 

"3rd Machine could well be described as the next step in metal. Perfectly blending heavy songs with both brutal and melodic vocals, the band is crossing the boundaries of metal and industrial orientated music. Starting off in 2005, 3rd Machine has been experimenting with vocal based songs since the beginning. Allthough the first demo "Saraphin" still shows influences of their former bands, the 2008 promotional CD "Urban Madness" clearly reveals a fresh and unique mix of power and harmony. It's more mature, more balanced and definitely more brutal, which producer Arno Krabman of Graveland Studio can be accounted for. A setback in the summer of 2009: drummer Niek leaves the band. Fortunately Richard Mulder quickly fills up the gap and 3rd Machine is able to do some gigs before the year ends. However, after a year and some great gigs, both Pieke and Richard decide to leave 3rd Machine to pursue other musical interests. Drummer Jay Persad joins the band a week later and immediately proves he is the powerhouse the band is looking for. Ofcourse, we are now eager to get on stage and do some gigs. Venues that are interested: please get in touch!"

1).What is the funniest joke you've had with your friends?

A musician calls the orchestra office, asks for the conductor, and is told that he is dead.
The musician calls back 25 times more and gets the same message from receptionist.
She asks why he keeps calling. He replies, "I just like to hear you say it."

Apr 5, 2011

Featured Artist interview: Methedreame (E64)

About: Methedreame from Bristol ,England

"The name "Methedreame" is derived from the concept of the chaotic euphoria of a drug induced dream.
The name "Methedreame" is a simple construct of the phrase "Me: The dream".You can decide, for yourself, based on your own sensitivities!The Methedreame logo symbolises the correlation between death, superstition, religion, ritual & fear.Methedreame is a band. We write & record music, sometimes. We've also been known to perform live, on occasion.It's likely that we will be doing a bit more of both.
We hope that you like our music! "

1). What is the funniest joke you've had with your friends?
Raising my friend's boxer-shorts, on the flagpole, at our old school, during a reunion dinner.

Apr 4, 2011

Featured Artist interview: A.C.E. (64)

About:A.C.E. from Manukau, New Zealand

"Im Tongan' born in my motherland move to nz in the 80's str8 to Otara SouthAuckland. grew up n Otara moved to Mangere' & spent my teen life there. been rappin since i can rember jst strtn to try n sing lol. ima SouthSide Pure breed' Luv my hood' im real n dwn to earth!'.Im on the mission to make feel gud muzik' give abit of sunshine in your life when its grey outside... Life is not what it z!' it's hw you make it'! so be eazy be safe & be Blessed!' (stay fresh')"

1). What is the funniest joke you've had with your friends?
Did my brothers washing cause i lost a bet! so my brada really likes dis girl next door! stupid thing is her window to her room is ryt next to our washing line so i put my brada's colourful undies (rainbow undies) who wears dat! lol and it's got his name on it which is ever more funny!!! now he's too ashamed to walk out n say hi! hahahah

Apr 1, 2011

Featured Artist interview: Benni Boom (E64)

About: Benni Boom from Santa Rosa, USA

"Benni Boom started writing and recording songs at the age of 13. He was givin a 4-track recorder by his father. He enjoyed rapping with his friends for fun at parties. At the age of 15, he began straying from the music life, being intrigued by the life of crime.
By the age of 18, when most are looking at 4 years in college, Benni was looking at 4 years in the State Penn. Beating the case, and only getting 10 months, when he was released he decided he needed a change of scenery, and he moved to the Southern California area.
Benni met a producer by the name of Joey Youngman, and learned how to make beats using different equipment. He also started formulating and writing raps to go with the beats, and found out that he was good at it.
Being deeply connected, it was easy for Benni to establish himself. He started an operation, in LA that went on for over 3 years, and drove the local law enforcement crazy trying to catch him. After coming close to death in a situation, Benni decided to head home up North, and reconnect to his roots.
A very talented individual, when it comes to music, it was just never a reality to him. Then, in 2009 he linked up with a group of artists from the San Francisco area, and began recording in a proffessional studio. They heard his sound and knew it was something special. They gave him the confidence he needed to try and take a shot at the title"

1). What is the funniest joke you've had with your friends?
Q: How many musicians does it take to change a light bulb?
A: Twenty. 1 to hold the bulb, 2 to turn the ladder, and 17 to be on the guest list.

Featured Artist interview: Far Too Fabulous (E64)

About: Far Too Fabulous from New Zealand

"The Far Too Fabulous is a two woman duo who combine with other musicians to make meaning-filled, powerful, playful, all original music.The songs reflect 20 years of writing, they cover all aspects of human feeling and experience.
Olinka Heath and Michele Andrews share with you this ‘Far Too Fabulous’ debut C.D. ‘Celebrate Yourself!’ (that’s an order!)
Guaranteed to leave you feeling good or we will send your money back. Why? Because we believe we’ve made something inspirational.
The very first song enables you to experience the magic of inspired thinking. ‘Celebrate Yourself!’ was played at a school fair and a suicidal woman turned her life around just hearing it - we named the album after her.
We’ve blended passionate instruments with soul rich words to leave you tuned to the frequency of gratitude, positivity and humor."

1). What is the funniest joke you've had with your friends?
We've been chosen for Arenacast on April fools week. Yeah right!