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THE HUSH / Press

“Named Ultimate 365 Radio's 2013 'Artist of the Year' THE HUSH is the most recently featured band on Indie Tube TV's Artist Spotlight. The recently created video addition to Jeff Hensley's 365 Radio Network, Indie Tube TV is sponsored by WNDY Radio.”

“SYQ TV is, in a few short words – hand-picked music television. We are passionate about music and our goal is to share that passion with the world by bringing you incredible music from extraordinary artists. Thank you, THE HUSH, for sharing your video with us - we've posted it on SYQ!”

"If you like your rock sexy, and in your face than you have certainly found your next addiction, with THE HUSH! They may call their home LA now, but THE HUSH is poised to storm much more than the City of Angels.... Make no mistake, as you read this! This is not just another female led rock band. You can make comparisons, but to categorize this band and move on, would leave you missing the overall talent of THE HUSH. Jazmine's range, matched with the diversity and talent of the rest of the band makes THE HUSH more than just another female led rock band.... "

“@DonDraper_NY meets @THEHUSHband ..and is #SLAYED OMG #HOT I have never heard of you Baby, but I am Listening NOW! #Draper Knows Music! and I love your Voice so very Much....#Dynamite Talent ..#TopShelf Vocals”

"Resisting conformity and sharing a voice of their own, indie Rock Band – THE HUSH, stays true to the routes of their name. I expected a bit of a softer presence when checking out their music for the first time, but that lulling silence of anticipation was nothing more than the quiet before the storm. I’m not sure what was more unexpected, the absolutely dynamic vocals of femme fatale vocalist Jazmine Giovanni or the stage presence this dynamic team brings to the indie music world."

"They were kind enough to send me a preview copy and I can tell you that you're in for a treat. I was hooked right away and listened to it around 20 times yesterday. I can understand why we were kept waiting for this well crafted and awesome piece of "rock art" with Jazmine's voice delivering a powerful message from the lyrics that the girls will love and the boys had better take note of."

"If you love great music like I do, you will really love THE HUSH. The band seems to have a knack for incorporating everything that is good about music in one place. THE HUSH consists of vocalist and lyricist, Jazmine Giovanni, guitarists Lee Landrum and Greg Pajer, drummer Blake Paulson and bass player Andrew James. Each one is a perfect combination of talent and heart that is so obviously expressed in their music. Take a look at their video for Hold You Down and you will find classic Rock mixed with modern sounds lead by Jasmine’s powerful voice..."

"THE HUSH is such a well put together band with melodic songs and such high onstage energy. I recently listened to ‘Hold You Down’ the hook of this song sent shivers down my spine and I have not stopped listening since. What an amazing voice and totally hot too ;-) Ironic that they are called The Hush as they totally blew me away... THE HUSH is an LA band that is gaining well deserved recognition. A unique female fronted rock outfit that are ‘Rock’ but also extremely commercial. This band can travel across the genres and ‘the pond’. They would be a smashing success in old Blighty I can tell you."

"Its about damn time to get another raging, chick fronted rock band up here! THE HUSH rocked my world the second I dove into listening to their seven song EP ‘Scene of the Crime’. The first song I listened to was ‘So Hollywood’ . The first thing you notice is Jazmine’s voice. The powerful pipes and the range on this chick bring two words to mind, mind blowing. If you are a regular reader, you know how hard it is for a female vocalist to win me over. Her buttery voice combined with the mellow/raging/mellow/raging combination of the melodies on their tracks won me the hell over. I went on to listen to ‘Touch and Go’, ‘When the Night Comes’, etc. to the end of the album. The album maintains its strength from start to finish. The rhythm section and guitar lines flow flawlessly into a perfect embodiment of what hard rock is, but with a uniquely entrancing twist. It just works...."

"The opening track, ‘So Hollywood’, instantly had me grooving. After a powerful intro come clear, carrying vocals. The instruments pull back a little to give me the full impact of that voice, but by the chorus, the band is rocking with strong riffs and a good beat. The overall effect is… unexpected, distinctive and unique. I like the way in which the vocals and guitar work together, echoing each other, continuing each other’s themes..."

"In my mind I group (good) bands into two categories: Those who have the talent to make it, but sadly will probably never get the chance to, and those who have the talent and are destined to be something. Based on their songs, this five piece, female fronted band from LA would be part of the latter. Singer, Jazmine Giovanni, has a remarkable voice, while the instrumentalists of the group have crafted some killer and catchy sounds."

"This past Saturday night, I saw thatwasthen and THE HUSH take on the Troubadour again. I arrived to venue under the impression that THE HUSH was taking the stage after thatwasthen, but as I walked in THE HUSH’s lead singer, Jazmine Giovanni, was winding down the set. However, the two songs that I did catch were easily enough to remind me of the sheer power behind this band. They have perfected the mainstream power-pop-rock feel, with all the killer vocals, guitar solos, and head-banging drum fills a concert-goer could ask for. Furthermore, I really cannot get over Jazmine. She is a truly talented rock star..."

“THE HUSH is quickly rising to the top of the Los Angeles music scene. Led by guitarist Lee Landrum, the five-piece modern rock band employs a blend of feisty vocals backed by driving rhythms and catchy guitar riffs. Lead singer Jazmine Giovanni embodies rock 'n' roll. Her sassy stage presence and powerful pipes have seduced countless audiences and left many wanting more. The band has been packing venues across West Hollywood—The Troubadour, Viper Room and most recently House of Blues, where they played to a full house Thursday night. THE HUSH performed a collection of songs off its debut EP, Scene of the Crime, which is available on iTunes, as well as a killer rendition of U2’s "Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me." ”

"THE HUSH is a Los Angeles based band with a modern rock edge backed by killer vocals and a big dose of drama. They boast an accessible, upbeat sound along the lines of Queen that is the inspiration behind many an "I-whip-my-hair-back-and-forth" dance party. The band has all the makings of a glam-rock super-group: a well-spread mixture of experienced musicians completed by a sexy and vivacious frontwoman with a powerhouse voice. I got to see them blow the roof off of the tiny Troubadour a little while ago and then sat down to ask them about their music..."

"The word of the evening, ladies and gentlemen, is talent. Last night at the Troubadour, raw talent was apparent in every band that graced the tiny stage, making for an awesomely accurate portrayal of today’s local rock scene. Six groups came and went, each bringing a different and individual sound, thus creating a more than satisfying night of face-melting. With an entire glorious new year of concert-going ahead, this show set the bar for many acts to come. Bring it on, 2011." "By the end of this night, I was exhausted. So as Satellite Thieves packed up their stuff and I started to suppress yawns, I was jolted back to life by the lively appearance and sound of THE HUSH. First things first, the lead singer, Jazmine Giovanni, is spicy...."