ABOUT HURRICANE - www.LizLarinMusic.com -- This bold, beautiful music takes the listener on a sonic expedition through fantastic worlds. With elements of rock, pop, electronic and ambient music, it is lush and cinematic, pulled together with great songwriting. Celebrating the mystery of this journey with powerful vocals, tribal drums, and a taste of Celtic music, the music tells the story of a warrior's quest into the unknown and back again. Larin, a multi-instrumentalist, produced and played most of the instruments, with added production from John Nixon. Larin’s current live show, with self produced visuals 'Hurricane - A Song Cycle,' embodies fearless, anti-genre thinking. “If you could hook electrodes to my brain during a performance, this is what you would see.”
BIO - A performing artist, musician, singer/guitarist and composer/songwriter, Liz Larin’s music and lyrics invoke dramatic landscapes, romantic world. Though Larin came up in the Michigan rock/pop/techno and jazz scene, as a romantic she is now a constant traveler. This restless creative spirit has garnered an international fan base as well as Motown, hometown accolades. In search of inspiration, she travels with a portable audio and video production studio capturing creative moments when they strike.
As a multi-instrumentalist composer, Liz Larin is as comfortable in a recording studio as on a stage performing live. “Live performance is about being totally in the moment and sharing the music, it’s pure joy for me.” Liz Larin's NEW CD ‘Hurricane’ and live show is an audio-video performance, a natural progression supporting the cinematic scope of the music. Recording under four names, this one-woman creative powerhouse has been likened to a female version of Peter Gabriel playing with The Edge, holding her own with the round of strong women performers currently topping the charts with fresh, original music. Liz Larin is fearless and embodies a spirit of inventiveness and anti-genre thinking. Recently voted number fifteen by AOR Magazine in the UK, in an issue about about the top 50 women in rock.
HISTORY: A songwriter at age ten, Liz Larin was a professional musician by 12, as a performer of religious music. By the time she was 15 she was a music teacher and was being mentored by some of Detroit best musicians. Signed to Atlantic Records at a young age, ‘One By One By One,’ her international release with her band ‘Rebel Heels,’ was completed in England with legendary producer Rupert Hine (Duncan Sheik, Howard Jones, Stevie Nicks). Liz's second Atlantic recording and solo project, Test Your Faith, was co-produced by Ben Grosse (Filter, Vertical Horizon, Marilyn Manson). Liz landed in LA where she produced Merry Wicked with co-producer Scott Spock of The Matrix (Korn, Avril Lavigne), which debuted on Larin's own imprint, Bona Dea Records in 2000. The label has expanded to include electronic pop and world artists. She went on to record the multi-award-winning CD ‘The Story Of O-Miz,’ followed by ‘Wake Up, Start Dreaming.’ Liz's modern compositional work ‘Beauty in Three Parts’ debuted at Strange Beautiful Music, a 12-hour marathon featuring members of the Detroit Symphony, Minnesota Orchestra, and Boston Symphony.
MANAGEMENT CONTACT: Jack Ashton, Ashton Consults 805-418-7577, AshtonConsults@aol.com
ARTIST SITE: http://www.LizLarinMusic.com
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Bona Dea Music, P.O. Box 272, Bloomfield Hills, MI 48303. Also available on iTunes.
(Sound compared to: Florence & The Machine, Elli Goulding, Coldplay, U2, St. Vincent, Imogen Heap, PJ Harvey, Tegan & Sara Alanis Morissette, KT Tunstall, Annie Lennox)