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Reviews / Sync Stories

POEMA – FORGET YOU IN LA/GO AWAY

Written by Sandy JamesEdited by Farinoush Mostaghimi (Noush) Poema’s breezy indie-pop has been moving audiences for a decade now, as sisters Elle and Shealeen Puckett have managed to forge a sound as tight knit as family. The young duo captivated audiences for years in their hometown of Albuquerque, garnering the attention of labels before either […]

Latest / Music Business

SYNCHAUDIO’S 2017 YEAR END ROUND UP

Written by Sandy James and Tony TobiasEdited by Farinoush Mostaghimi (Noush) SynchAudio’s extensive dive into the global music market’s deep end felt like more of a cannonball in 2017. Our prolonged love affair with music is best described in the hook of a punk classic by Wreckless Eric: “I’d go the whole wide world just […]

Music Business

SYNCHAUDIO GAINS ALTITUDE AT WHISTLER FILM FESTIVAL

Edited by Farinoush Mostaghimi (Noush) IT’S ALL ABOUT THE MOUNTAINS When you look at a map of Canada you can easily see why geographically, it is the world’s second largest country. It is a vast land bordered by three oceans. It is extremely diverse in its topography consisting of everything from great inland seas, to […]

Reviews / Sync Stories

CAMERON BROOKS FEATURED IN STRANGER THINGS 2

Written by Sandy JamesEdited by Farinoush Mostaghimi (Noush) Los Angeles based composer and producer Cameron Brooks has the art of crafting vivid soundscapes down to a science. Inspired listeners could spend a fair share of their week trying to crack his formula. You could start by rifling through his classic collection of retrograde instruments and […]

Music Business

SYNCHAUDIO ON THE ROAD TO BUDAPEST SHOWCASE HUB 2017

Edited by Farinoush Mostaghimi (Noush) As we prepare to take SynchAudio on the road for our next exciting music adventure we are learning a lot about Budapest. We have never been to Hungary or its capital Budapest before, but we know that it is one of the great classic and most beautiful cities of Europe, […]

Reviews / Sync Stories

TONY CROWN – FLY LIKE AN EAGLE

Written by Sandy JamesEdited by Farinoush Mostaghimi (Noush) A compelling talent out of St. Louis, singer/songwriter Tony Crown seems like he’s penning a new line to his burgeoning success story with each week. Crown has been turning heads with the release of his debut solo LP Distant from the Universe, a 10-track delicately textured venture […]

Music Business

SYNCHAUDIO HEADS TO BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA FOR BIGSOUND 2017

Edited by Farinoush Mostaghimi (Noush) Australia’s Gold Coast is on our mind as we prepare to attend the BIGSOUND Festival and Conference in Brisbane in September. We are excited that SynchAudio will join a prestigious gathering of international speakers and thought leaders to tap the sharp edge of expertise and knowledge and to share with […]

Reviews / Sync Stories

DEBBIE REIFER – AMBER

Written by Sandy JamesEdited by Farinoush Mostaghimi (Noush) Inescapably soulful and rapidly flourishing, singer/songwriter Debbie Reifer is making her mark out of Bridgetown, Barbados. After establishing herself as a staple within the Caribbean music community, her jazzy brand of contemporary pop and lighthearted reggae is making waves internationally. Reifer burst onto the music scene in […]

Reviews / Sync Stories

IRENE THEO – MAKE ME CRY

Written by Sandy JamesEdited by Farinoush Mostaghimi (Noush) Some artists just make it seem easy. A published poet and singer-songwriter out of Toronto, soul pours out of Irene Theo like it’s an afterthought. Theo’s voice is a history book on powerhouse songstresses, melding the Ellas and Arethas of yesterday with the modern day Amys and […]

Interviews / Music Business

Sync Exclusive Part 2: Tony Scudellari

Written by Sandy JamesEdited by Farinoush Mostaghimi (Noush) Midem is an elaborate international music event held annually along the beaches of Cannes. The French Riviera’s sands become a stage for the hottest new acts worldwide, and industry game changers share the music business’s latest trends. SynchAudio sat down with two of those game changers at […]