The biggest obstacle I would say is the financial aspect of maintaining and investing in my career. I overcame it by becoming resourceful in creating funds to push forward.
This is a pandemic of human frustration against the incredible injustices we do to each other. Greed and graft, everyone out for themselves. It’s a classic protest song.
Paving the way for other Latin artists. Salsa music has been dead too long and time to revitalize Salsa music.
When I’m playing a live set and hear the audience singing. I look out and see that everyone is participating and connecting to the song.
The biggest obstacle was the discouraging words from some members of my family. I’ve had siblings who insisted that I could do better than a musician.
The biggest obstacle we have faced is keeping band members. I used to be a prick to my band mates. I usually thought everyone that played music with me wasn’t good enough. I learned the hard way on that one.
Every musician knows how it feels to find that one sound that just makes you feel understood, Sameh Marey of NOVA found that in the music world of LA. After relocating from a small city on the other half of world for the same reason people have been moving there for years, he took a risk to follow a dream.
I love coming up with wordplay, telling stories and creating. Having the power to create shouldn’t be taken lightly and I hope to shift the perspective in the world. If I can help those in dark places find light and those under a rock find the strength to come out and live.
Band Name: Joshua Flores I’ve been singing for many years since I was very young. When I was eleven I was signed to an independent label out in Miami as a brand new recording artist. I was a part of that label for many years where I made many songs and even some music videos but …
After Aristotle is an Austin based band that’s founded in friendship and a deep love for music. They met each other and came together through different avenues of life. To this day they are grateful for the emo/indie/sometimes very shoe-gazey rock that came out of that meeting.
From my infancy as a singer-songwriter to now, I’ve experienced an overwhelming amount of self-doubt; the fear of thinking I’m not good enough and picking myself apart feels near inescapable at times.
I’m walking proof that no matter how hard life can get, if you never give up & keep moving forward anything is possible.
With just over 30 full length releases in the last 15 years, Brooklynite-by-way-of-California songwriter Greg Hoy has finally fulfilled his fantasy of making a double gatefold LP
I live in Hermosa Beach, I spend most of my time being a recluse and creating both musically and visually. This single and album is about my journey to California, my hopes and dreams.
I want people to remember most that I made honest, fun and memorable music. That our band reached people in a personal timeless way.