Dreamy pop with a chill down tempo influence of ethereal harmonies and catchy melodies. This is my debut single and I’m extremely proud of how the production turned out.
This song is about coming from a time of darkness and loneliness to joy, finding a purpose in life. The music I'm creating is based on realistic struggles and situations. I'm taking my personal experiences and sharing how I overcome them by speaking truth over my life. I want listeners to be able to hear my music and be impacted in a way that they can overcome their struggles too.
Host Jacqueline Jax joins Stacy Gabel to discuss the launch of her first official single and video ‘Straight to Voicemail’. Important discussions: Understanding the production process as an artist starts to professionally release music. How to balance your music budget and creativity to achieve a successful launch. Things you need to consider before your next music launch. And how social media has changed the musicians position in the biz. Listen to the Interview.
The song ‘Who Gets Fooled Again’ is a powerful track from the debut album ‘Soap Bubble Dreams’, which dropped in March and has received press accolades and playlist inclusions from across the globe. If you like your indie/alt rock served via with a loud and crunchy wall of sound, with dark, offbeat atmospheres, coolly droning, mysterious lead vocals and dreamy female harmonies, Para Lia just might be your ticket.
TODAY'S SHOW CELEBRATES SOME FRESH ELECTRONIC SINGLES FROM A.V.A LIVE RADIO ARTISTS. THIS IS A MIX OF INDIE POP THAT WILL INSPIRE YOU AND SEND YOU SEARCHING THE ARTISTS PAGES FOR MORE. EPISODE HOSTED BY JACQUELINE JAX.
The song starts slow, infinite reverberation grows into clean guitar tones accompanied by piano. As the song progresses, bass, drums and strings are incorporated to add to the ambience, creating a cinematic feel. The song gradually increases sonically and emotively until overdriven guitars take over, creating the songs climax.
I write my tunes in a variety of places, at home, in class, even at work. I am constantly forming ideas and mentally writing melodies. As far as recording, this song was recorded in the University studio by a friend and fellow Cincinnati Conservatory of Music student Josh Meyer.