Well I know I’ve not been writing much here in recent weeks but that’s because I’ve been busy writing and producing at the “hands on recordings” studio here in Nottingham, and now I have two new tracks for licensing.
The first track is called “Hope” written by me John Davies (PsyTek) and it’s mainly an instrumental soundtrack or soundscape that has a haunting piano running through the track with string sections that build up to create an emotional crescendo, while modern beats bring it bang up to date. I think it would be perfect for film, TV or indeed any corporate situation.
The second track is called “Save The World” Written and sung by Del St Joseph who has had a long successful history in the music industry with several hits under his belt. One of which being, “Please Don’t Go,” by K.W.S, (UK number 1 for 6 weeks, number 4 US Billboard Chart 1990/1). It’s produced by me John Davies (PsyTek) founder of hands on recordings and the session keys were done by Will Joss. The track is a pop track for either a male or female, young or old that wants to take advantage of this emotional love song. It starts with a plucked string section that is repeated through each verse then POW! a big trance like anthem synth takes you through the chorus emphasizing the emotion sung by the singer. Del pitched it to me as a track he’s always wanted to write.
Well I hope you enjoy the tracks and if anyone is interested please don’t hesitate to get in contact.
Kat Starr is Flourish Records hottest singer/song writer to date. This girl has true talent and believe me she is going places. Listen out for her on BBC Radio Nottingham on the run up to Christmas. However, if you simply can’t wait that long to get a taste of her truly talented music you can listen to some of her examples here and a remix done by me “PsyTek” can be found here.
Kat Starr was born and raised in Warrington and began to learn classical piano at the age of eight. She later went on to study Music at the British Academy of New Music in London.
Since then Kat’s musical journey has seen her play in front of Prince Edward as part of her extensive range of live performances.
Strongly influenced by Joni Mitchell, Kat had developed a personal style of writing, which draws together striking melodies and fantastically crafted piano movements.
Blended with the soulful rhythms of her band, Tincture, her songs and performances stir audiences with an intoxicating musical cocktail.
Please watch this space for release dates of the first releases of Kat Starr. We love her music and we hope you will too! Peace