Muna
1. MUNA (stylized all-caps). Founded by Katie Gavin (lead vocals/production), Josette Maskin (lead guitar), and Naomi McPherson (rhythm guitar/synths/production), MUNA is a dark pop band based in Los Angeles, CA blending the brooding sensuality of R&B, rhythms of funk, and audacity of synthpop with raw, unbridled lyricism. They hope their songs lend themselves both to the euphoric dancefoor and emo bedroom solitude. 2. There are two rappers by the name of Muna: one a Nigerian rap/hip-hop artist (born Munachi Abii)
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Muna
1. MUNA (stylized all-caps). Founded by Katie Gavin (lead vocals/production), Josette Maskin (lead guitar), and Naomi McPherson (rhythm guitar/synths/production), MUNA is a dark pop band based in Los Angeles, CA blending the brooding sensuality of R&B, rhythms of funk, and audacity of synthpop with raw, unbridled lyricism. They hope their songs lend themselves both to the euphoric dancefoor and emo bedroom solitude. 2. There are two rappers by the name of Muna: one a Nigerian rap/hip-hop artist (born Munachi Abii)
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Simply Irreplaceable
©2015-2020 TASCH All Rights Reserved. Lyrics, Vocal Melody and Piano Intro/Chorus Melodies by TASCH Recorded Vocals and Photography at Skylight-T Studios™ Produced, Mixed and Mastered by Noiak Bedirian at the Online Recording Studio Session Musicians: Piano by Jasper Green Drums by Jack Hespe Bass, Acoustic & Electric Guitars by Noiak Bedirian Artwork designed by Katherine Norvill at the Online Recording Studio Provided to Slaps by Ascha Records™ ©2020-2021 Ascha Records™, Germany All Rights Reserved.more
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Left Behind
In her debut EP, “This Current Self-Intervention”, Julesy explores authenticity in healing, and the self-confrontation it requires. The NYC-based singer/songwriter produces her songs with sharp contrast: light and buoyant synths and dreamy melodies oppose the heaviness of the lyrics, in which Julesy attempts to give herself the intervention she believes she needs. The 80s electro-pop, reminiscent of The Japanese House, stands in willful contradiction to the razor-sharp, layered vocals that cut through with ease. But interventions are inherently disruptive, seen in pointed moments of vocal distortion and glitchy bites, a reminder that comfort and balance rarely last. "This Current Self-Intervention" is performed by Julesy, and features Julian Briones on guitar, Cal Mirowitz on synth/keys; mixing engineering by Dakota Mar, and mastering engineering by the remarkable Robin Schmidt (The 1975 , The Japanese House , Rina Sawayama) Bio by Lily Crandallmore
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