Dominic Bertolami, 32yo singer/songwriter/artist, lives in Venice. Originally from a small beach community on the west coast of Florida called St Petersburg. Songwriting focused on topical lyrical content.
Dominic Bertolami on Radio Venice
Radio Venice #16 – January 24, 2016
Houston in the Blind’s Limbs is a deep sigh of a record—hypnotic, meditative, serene and sublime, its dreamy mix of shoegaze, psych rock and overcast pop propelled forward by insistent, machine-precise drums. Slow and steady, like an impending cold front. Call it a Southern Sea Change.
What would become the Athens, Ga., band’s debut release started, for all intents and purposes, as a solo record from singer/guitarist Charlie Garrett. But soon after the sessions with producer Kalen Nash of New West Records band Ponderosa, Garrett assembled an impressive group of musicians to perform the album live—drummer Darren Dodd (Butch Walker, Ponderosa), keyboardist John Watkins (Dead Confederate, St. Pe) and singer/bassist Corinne Lee (Snowden). “From the first show we played together,” Garrett says, “I realized pretty quickly that this was going to be a band, and not just some dude playing acoustic guitar with a bunch of hired guns.” Continue reading Charlie Garrett
César Mateus has been teaching, and performing, recording, and composing for over 25 years. His teaching specialties are Rock, Blues, Classical, Flamenco, and Jazz guitar, and composition and theory.
He has recently performed on the “Smallville” and “Charlie’s Angels” television series, and also performs in France and Montréal, Québec. He composes orchestral music, Jazz, and has recently released a Latin Jazz CD “Of Red and White” with Brent Fischer, Frank Petrilli, Robert Fernandez and an all star line-up of renown musicians. Continue reading César Mateus
What an Englishman was doing living in the Highlands of Louisville, Kentucky is really anyone’s guess but TD Lind knew he was pursuing an inescapable dream to become a singer and a songwriter. This dream had moved him away from home and into a rock’n roll band that travelled across Britain playing bars and pubs, it had put him into small night clubs in London and had him playing Jazz piano in the Duc De Lombard over a winter in Paris. Then somewhere between him singing blues nightly at Arthur’s Tavern across from his room on Christopher Street in New York, a cab ride that took him to New Orleans, and making coffee for sessions at Ocean Way studios in Los Angeles, he found four great musicians, formed a band, and made Louisville, Kentucky home. Continue reading TD Lind
Vorpium are Milo Gonzalez (vocals & guitar), Hailey Lincoln Demian (vocals & bass guitar) and Richard Sherwood (percussion & drums).
Vorpium on Radio Venice
Radio Venice #14 – January 10, 2016