Volume is an independent music series that features interviews with alternative rock, pop, electronic and hip-hop musicians. Artists share the stories behind their music, talk about those who influence their writing and showcase their new recordings.
The New York/Massachusetts electro-synth group Hooray for Earth just released their new album, True Loves this past Tuesday. The album, mixed by Chris Coady (Beach House, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Massive Attack), surrounds listeners with airy synths, heavy percussion and ambient vocals sung by the band’s front man, Noel Heroux.
Elizabeth & The Catapult is a Brooklyn, New York based indie group known for playful-pop with sophisticated orchestrations. The group is made up of vocalist, pianist and songwriter Elizabeth Ziman and drummer, engineer and multi-instrumentalist Dan Molad.
Ben Cooper is the man behind the musical act, Radical Face. He released his new EP, “Touch the Sky” earlier this fall.
The debut episode of Volume features emcee, Zumbi – one-half of the Oakland, California based hip-hop duo, Zion I. Zumbi and producer/DJ, Amp Live have had the Bay Area hip-hop scene buzzing for the last decade with a unique sound that draws styles from jazz, soul and electronica.