Last month I celebrated my birthday. Hurray! This month I wrap up all the odds and ends for the album. It’s Day 5, and I am exhausted. But it’s going well. Luckily the gloominess and rain has kept the heat at bay and allowed me to be productive. It’s times like these that tracking in doors is a consideration. Something the density in the basement of any house structure in the land USA, would easily conquer.
This week my vocalists and I were able to come together and lay down some really lovely vocals. I am super excited. And always preoccupied with things of this nature.
It was great to see many of my performers arrived ready to party as I turned another year wiser. The very next day I was ID-ed for my cigarettes when I thought I’d surely look my oldest. Life has been transitioning to another realm where my mind greets existential thought, new understandings, hopefully leading me to album success. Sweet Dreams and Oyasumi. Google warns of Groundhog Day tomorrow!
On the 29th October, 2013 – I performed @ Helm Bar’s Industry Night. A storm was brewing all day, though never hit – so I brought the Storm to audience in Surfers Paradise, and publicly unveiled new single ‘The Oceans’ from my upcoming album for the first time in Oz. A track dedicated to the tsunami in Sendai in 2011, right after the release of Mia Muze and Elemental presents eSeason. An instant win with audiences in the US and Canada, this track also will be the first single of my upcoming project – new musical duo > Nine-O. A Samhain celebration that saw me dress up to be myself..
On 9th November, I performed for Sweet Saturday Sessions @ Numinbah Valley School of Arts. This remote unique bushlands made for a breathtaking backdrop of true Australiana.
Be aware that the final Mia Muze album (for now) – TWISTED WINTER is on its way. So far I’ve been fortunate to have collaboration + contributions by Diziala (my Phoenix + new partner for Nine-O), Sine Craft and Keiran Foxe (guitarist/ producer Midnight In Alaska). Hoping for one or two more, but we’ll see. Not for the faint of heart :p