I have big plans for all of Songsmiths’ music, so our songs need to sound as good as anything out there. To that end, I have remixed all of the older songs and am in the process of getting them all professionally mastered. “Not Going Down” by Beautiful Losers is one of the first tracks […]
Here’s the full conversation as promised. We discussed our 3 year, 6 song relationship so it is a bit of a wrap up but, while the production portion of our alliance is over for now, our work will continue as part of a new phase. Enjoy! You know you have the time.
Last night I had a chat with the spacemen of Club of Suns about music, philosophy, our 3 year musical journey, their upcoming single, “Mexico” and, yes, space. This video is the part of the conversation where we discussed “Mexico” the song (coming May 7, 2020), Mexico the country and other common COS themes. I […]
I can’t listen to the keys in this song without thinking of Stranger Things . . . “Talisman” is the latest groovy, retro, pop/rock-ish track with a transcendent outro from indie rock band Club of Suns.
K-Jo’s “The Dilemma” music video premiered last night on YouTube. Wow, a live premiere is stressful! I had planned a string of posts leading up to the viewing and was hustling to send things out, share them, etc. when my laptop’s performance slowed to a crawl. I rebooted – which took a lot longer than […]
Songsmiths’ new single is “Isadora” by South Afican alternative rock band Beautiful Losers. It recounts the true story of a young Egyptian woman (Isadora) who drowns while sailing across the Nile to meet her lover.
Catch Beautiful Losers live tomorrow night (June 4, 2019) at Rusty Hook
Here’s the first song (Temple) from Beautiful Losers’ one and only first gig ever. A big, sincere “thank you for your support” to each and every audient in the audience and to Jozi’s Showbar for the platform. Listen to more of the Beautifuls’ original rock music here.
I briefly stopped working on K-Jo’s upcoming music video to take a photo of this breathtaking shot during my last edit session. The shot’s breathtaking-ness is due to both K-Jo’s lovely DNA and Neil Kirby’s skill with lighting and cameras.