John Haesemeyer’s new album ‘Three Mirrors’


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San Francisco folk-rock artist John Haesemeyer officially released his second studio album today entitled ‘Three Mirrors’. This album was quite the production, working with 20 plus other nationally prominent musicians including the former guitarist for Prince. John had a album release party on the 20th (Saturday) in San Francisco at a live-recorded show (“Live at Coast”) at Coast Recorders, the historic SF recording studio whose client list includes Neil Young, REM and Rod Stewart. It was a huge success packing the house and a great celebration for a great album release.

In a recent interview with us we asked how his new album ‘Three Mirrors’ differs from his debut release ‘Come Along Quickly’. This is how he replied, “Well we focused on doing only 7 songs, 4 of which are more highly produced. Sound-wise its more layered; there’s more depth. In terms of composition, the songs have more complex melodies and harmonies, although now that I think of it, there is one song that is mostly just two chords that focuses on the lyrics (“Back to College”) which I wrote long ago and finally got around to recording. We also have a country duet on the record – my first time writing a duet (“Vancouvers Shore”).”

Below is an exclusive preview of the official music video for his title track ‘Three Mirrors’.

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Kev Brown Presents Hassaan Mackey

Give it up for the Pete Rock & CL Smooth of the 2010s! That’s right, that was the first thing that came to mind when I peeped this double play for the first time.

The tight production of the king of basslines, Kev Brown, and the ill rhymes Hassaan Mackey is spittin’? How much proof does a brother or sister want to know true HipHop is never gonna die? They don’t, so you better grab these and more dope joints digital or on wax soon!

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Grace Johnson Debut EP ‘Lions In My Head’

At only 16, Grace Johnson is a singer/songwriter that is well beyond her years. Musically, she is like a deep sea that you are dying to explore, in order to discover the beauty that lives within its depths.

Grace Johnson’s Debut EP, ‘Lions in My Head’, is an album that possesses that easy to listen to vocalization with hypnotic instrumentals. This young lady’s descriptive and powerful self-written lyrics shows a maturation that isn’t common, which is refreshing to hear in the streaming trends in our music culture.

With comparable sounds to Adele and Lorde, Grace Johnson is an up & coming artist that I predict will be a universally welcomed force.

Watch Grace Johnson’s official video ‘Light It Up’ below!

Review written by MuzicNotez writer Julet Lagto @JALMuzicNotez

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E.Redmond ‘Do You Want Me Too’

E. Redmond is an up and coming singer-songwriter, producer, and performer attempting to breath life into the sounds of the yesteryears! Redmond’s musical passion was ignited at an early age by the influences of his mother and grandmother’s Honduras background. Wanting to dive deeper into culturally rhythmic sounds, Redmond traveled and lived in multiple places around the world to be able to experience cultural music firsthand.

E. Redmond’s song “Do You Want Me Too” is what was born from his journey. A slow jam, with piano in the forefront, and lyrics about asking that question in a relationship that makes you absolutely vulnerable, “Do you want me too?”.

If you like what E. Redmond has done so far, show him some love and expect more music soon!

Review written by MuzicNotez writer Julet Lagto @JALMuzicNotez

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October Indie Magazine Issue

October, 2014 Update

John Haesemeyers Album ‘Three Mirrors’

The folk-rock artist out of San Francisco, John Haesemeyer has been very busy lately. First he released his single ‘Think I’m Going Down‘ which was very well received. Then the highly anticipated new album ‘Three Mirrors‘ was finally released September 23rd. This is his second studio album and he collaborated with 20+ veteran musicians, including a former guitarist for Prince to create it. Up next, is his official music video for the track ‘Two Of Me’. A teaser clip was recently released which you can view here, stay tuned for the full release which will be dropped here immediately once it’s out! Learn more about John in our exclusive interview with him. VIEW THE FULL ISSUE >>



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New EP from Josh Healey – ‘Lost, Found & Lost Again’ out now

Already getting national UK radio play from its lead track ‘Sometimes’, the new EP fro Josh Healey is a tour de fource in how to write impactful songs without resorting to simply turning up the volume. Like an attractive lady talking softly so you have to lean in to hear, there is something seductive about his velvet voice, a vocal which never seems to rise above more than a decibel or two.

Complimented by the acoustic guitar and a host of other subtle instrumental touches (depending on the song), the vocal and lyrics are what makes this release stand out. Healey continues to develop from previous releases, and this is arguably his smartest yet, both lyrically and musically.

With flashes of Nick Drake and Ralph McTell, both known for their atmospheric way with a strong rootsy tune, Healey is a talent to watch and it will be interesting to see what develops as his career continues. In the meantime, there’s plenty to enjoy here, so this should keep you going.

If you want to listen to the EP you can have a listen on SoundCloud here

The EP ‘Lost, Found & Lost Again’ is available now on iTunes here.

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