Here are some of the new artists that have been added to Song Street Records.
Jordan Weiss is founder of Wizdom Productions LLC, a cutting edge music production and sound design company. Given his myriad of tastes it’s hard to define his sound, however his influences are a little easier to nail down. Talents like Radiohead, Rick Rubin, Pete Rock, Bob James, DJ Premier, Georgio Morodor, and the Dust Brothers have helped contribute to his heavily textured and soulful style.
Check out Jordan Weiss at SongStreetRecords.com.
Mike Ian needs quite the hat rack for all of the musical hats he wears. He is an accomplished musician covering every aspect of his original music. Be it the drums, bass, guitars, pedal steel, keyboards, vocals, lyrics, engineering, producing, or mixing, every detail is analyzed and gone over with a fine tooth comb. A perfectionist by all means. Mike works out of his own state-of-the-art studio based in New Jersey. There he produces many styles of music including pop, rock, country-rock, jazz, solo acoustic guitar, or orchestral music.
Check out Mike Ian at SongStreetRecords.com.
Rusty Horn is a soulful singer-songwriter with passion and grit. His songs stir people on a gut level. Founding member of Rockgrass band Hayseed-Dixie, Horn makes his home in Nashville, Tennessee, and mostly performs under the nom de plume Covenant Wylder via the internet in Second Life. He says “it’s just so much easier to do it in your underwear from your own studio. And it sounds SO much better.” His style is reminiscent of Joe Cocker, John Hiatt, Tom Waits, etc. Horn’s originals are very organic and go straight to the heart.
Check out Russ Horn at SongStreetRecords.com.
The songs of John Thomas Oaks and his collaborators are equally inspired by the hot pavement of crowded crosswalks and the sweet carpet of quiet forest trails. A preacher’s kid currently residing in Knoxville, TN, his writing is infused with the colors of upper East Tennessee mountain Gospel and western North Carolina bluegrass, an education in the sweetness of jazz, dues paid in the club circuit and the fruit of navigating the musical theatre wonders of New York City. If you like music that is equal parts neon and firefly, you’ve come to the right place.
Check out John Thomas Oaks at SongStreetRecords.com.
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