Independent Songwriter, Dina D’Alessandro for the Los Angeles Alternative rock band ‘Beautiful Things’ talks about the ever changing music business landscape and how she navigates it.
I knew this was the right path for me when I was probably about 8 years old. Music gives me a sense of freedom. I’m not very good with words and find it sort of hard to express myself verbally but whenever I pick up a guitar I can convey whatever I need to say at that particular moment.
We spend most of our time contemplating the state of things in our lives, as human beings and trying to find ways to positively contribute and inspire through our music; be a light in the darkness.
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.
I realized I could have never written the songs that I am writing now if I had not traveled the road that had been laid out for me. I am grateful for everything I have been through, all of those experiences, and for being here right now.
Promising not to disappoint any of their older fans or new ones to come, The California Indie band Muk has come back after years of lying low. The band is dividing up the work and starting to conquer the challenges once again with a more powerful and dynamic energy.