match. Secondly, an for. The. Raise guns? Jeff Howe. No. And and. And. And. A and B. No. No. This moment. Awesome. Lorde. I've got God. Oh God. I am learn So Laura. So. Sashi Brown. Michael Holley. The bomb. La la. La. Those. No. On the. A. London. Another woman. Another. London. Okay, So you still have the great Melody's you still have other, but now you've got this, this advanced electronic dance. Uh, I want to What made you feel that you wanted to go in this direction? What inspire you to do that? Well, I think it may be, uh, some of the artists that have been fired me lately and, you know, you one could argue that potentially all my years of collaboration in the damp industry has finally rubbed off on me. But to me, this is not, uh, ADM I'm kind of throwing back to that. Eighty ninety electronic could action that I actually used to love. Uh, you know, in bands like Radiohead in New York and uh, Portishead and someone that her pop stuff, you know mixed with the fact that they asked music. And I think electronic music Right now is having a moment in, uh, all these different genres. It's, it's not just for the Super You know clubby. Uh, EDM how. Tramped stuff Uh, I think that people are using it again in really creative and modern ways. And so really It's a result of collaborating with somebody who has a lot of amazing sounds Cape ideas and we're kind of pulling these ideas out of each other. And, um, So what's the, what's it like? Like how, how you? Because it seems to me like you spend a lot of time writing music on your own. How are you get yourself, Honey? What? What's the mindset You have to get into to say, Okay, Now some other guys gonna work with man am I going to like these ideas? And you know, I like, yeah, you're on the Qassam 'cause like, 'cause like you're really bearing your soul when you bring a musical idea that somebody. So there has to be that kind of level of like, Yeah, You know what I mean, you're okay with that. So like what's explain to me like how you've got from Sarah song, right? I'm sitting here, you know, reading my Muses to collaboration. Um, I've always been a fan of collaborating with people on level. Uh, I'm not the kind of artists they can do everything on my own. I'm not a good lift Right, every baseline and drumbeat. I have a lot of ideas, but I love working with people that said it. Ha, It is challenging as like a solo artist to find people to work with. 'cause sometimes it just doesn't work out and it's awkward and weird and it's almost like get dating No way. Yeah, you're trying to get in a relationship with these people and it's all very emotional and if it doesn't work out, It doesn't work out. And I've had a few experiences where I've done things that maybe I wasn't is happy with the outcome. But as I get older, I think that I've become very much more confident in, you know, realizing that something's not working and just moving on from it. You know, way, I'll try out a situation with people. I'll try out band members and all of that, but if it's not working a much more control of that, You know, I know this isn't gonna work out. Uh, as far as the recent collaboration, you know with somebody like Josh quarrels, we I really trust him and bill that helps we trust each other. We have a great relationship, A musically And you know, he's a friend that I have known in my town for years, and I had no idea that he did all of this type of electronic corruption inside his, you know, genius mind. So we've really It's been a learning curve for both of us, but we are. Finally, in a very good place as far as trust And you know, collaboration and I'm not afraid to tell them I don't like something and vice versa at all that. So that's key. It's like finding a good boy friends Yeah, but I so I totally get it. Um, so um. That's so what's the what's going on You have you have, uh, that is as bold l I, for some reason the notes I have are a little sketchy uh, as long as part of a of a fooling, a record or EPA that you have out now where you releasing something new sort like the first thing like, for Leeson sound last album. Uh, I have a crop of songs I'm working on, its most likely going to be an EP released, but there may be a full length. Uh. So no, This is the first um glimpse into this new project and then you gotta keep your word. Okay, Excellent. So what's the what's the plan here? You guys you guys and she's talking about maybe do put putting putting out EP? Are you, are you playing shows with this or, or whoa, what's the what's going on right now? At the moment I'm working on it. You know, I just released bound to a couple of weeks ago And so we're promoting it. Uh, there's some talk of hopefully doing a video. So nothing 100 percent, but I would love to do one And we're working on making that happen. Um, but yeah, the moment I'm not, uh, doing a ton of Torang I'm hoping to kind of stuff that out for maybe after the new year as after start touring some more and I've got another single on the way And you know, we have them plan. But, uh, the idea is to try to get a really good, uh, buzz going for the full length or the EP that ended up being really, Um, and then hopefully doing some some good touring. Uh, I have a couple of questions about that because I'm looking at the notes here and you do, you were able to raise the one point. Um, so. So, uh, through your fan base, uh, sixteen thousand on your Kickstarter. Um, So he's feel like you have a, like a pretty good tangible support, a tour? Well, yeah, The Kickstarter was the main thing that was for the last album, and I was shocked. Uh, that I was able to raise that money. Um, I think touring for me is tricky in this day and age. Uh, maybe I'm just too old school, But I with you Booking torn kind of the old way, uh, on the phones maybe PMI faith, you know, back in the day And uh, a little bit of a trickier landscape Fausto while I do think that I have a lot of great fan base sort of spread out. So I'm hoping to with this project really find a way to get a little bit more support and target you know, some of these places that I think some of my fans would really want me to come like the PUK uh, and also uh, just certain cities across the US. Um, so while nothing is actually finalized and trying to be a little more strategic about it So I can get out to the right places. Curry's excellent. Um, so it before we wrap up your Why don't you uh, uh, uh, tell everybody out there in podcast land how they can, uh, stay abreast of everything that you have going on and videos coming out a new music and everything we're we're out of his mind. Sure. Um, there. You can find me on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook is everything is Anna shame music. And then in oil, my website and mind West my It's A N O U S H E H. And I thought he actually dot com and energy of music across the social media board. Uh, very good, Uh, is there anything else you'd like to share, uh, with, uh, with the audience here before we Ah, blah closed for today? Um, I don't know, Do you have an automatic on blocks That's okay. I'm really, uh, very excited about, uh, these new songs, and I hope that whoever is listening really enjoys the song And, uh, keeps up. So because I have a lot of good stuff on the way. Excellent, Well and shape. Thank you so much for taking a little time with us today. If you can hang on the line first second while Iraq, like, as we need to do a little business. All right. Thank you. Well, problem. You guys, you've been listening to Mike talk with attache that is, uh, A N O U S H E H dot com and the check out of these, you, they're going to the, if you, you know, even if uh, her her car direction, is this uh, uh, electronic, uh, electronic asylum, which is which is I I love the way she won still rings in. It's like beautiful Melody's great hoax with it. Um, but her singer songwriter music is definitely of note and just absolutely wonderful and there's some great video. So I hope that you'll do a video. Uh, the bones as well because we got her website, please click over to the media tab in quick the videos because they're really, really well done. And uh, people you guys are gonna really enjoying, uh, one more shut off from my sponsor positively Pittsburgh live magazine. At its peak P l MAG dot com. 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