Moody, original and unexpected are three words that describe the song writing of Louis Moon.
He started his musical life when he took piano lessons at age seven. Three years ago, influenced by Korean Hip Hop artists, he began to create his own beats. More recently he added lyrics and his own voice to the mix. On this program you’ll hear two Louis Moon songs; “With You” and “Morrissey Love”. We talked about:
Follow the lyrics here:
With You by Louis Moon
Morrissey Love by Louis Moon
Listen to the program here:
Toronto based duo Audio Insurgency dropped by the Song Talk Radio studio to share two very cool tunes. One was in a demo form, the other an instrumental track with the vocals still to be added in. Audio Insurgency has been making music for the past 2 years in genres ranging from EDM to orchestral. Their aim is to entertain and inspire. To make people feel feelings. To make them feel alive and energized, sad and in need of a warm cup of tea, and everything in between. Audio Insurgency has recently written the soundtrack for two short films and is working on an EP to be released in summer 2016.
Song Talk Radio co-host Neel Modi releases his first album, Counterfeit Lampshades, on the show. He presents three songs from the album, with an electronic industrial rock attitude.
Sound Poet Dan Trapper came in and we explored making music with found sound and talked about his really interesting approach to writing lyrics.
Dan Tapper Sound Design
The North American Sound Diaries
Dan’s SoundCloud Page
Returning guest Bojan Lands talks about his song “Bojol Ojo” and the breaking of the beat.