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Chance’s End Rich Girl

Chance’s End — Rich Girl (17 november 2016)

         Chance’s End — Rich Girl (November 17th, 2016)  Chance’s End — Rich Girl (17 november 2016)■   As San Francisco electronic music group Chance’s End, classical violinist Ryan Avery and singer~songwriter Emily Zisman have found common ground in trip~hop and downtempo electronic music. Now that artists like Hybrid, Groove Armada, and Beats Antique have broken down doors for the rise of strings in electronic music, Chance’s End is following closely behind. Fotka uživatele Ben Tais Amundssen.                                                            © 2016 Kingmond Young
Location: San Francisco, California
Album release: 17 november 2016
Record Label: Definite Plus Music
Duration:     30:14
01 Last Of The Old Folks     4:47
02 Bei Mir Bist Du Shein     3:57
03 Good Enough     3:26
04 Summertime     3:04
05 Rich Girl     4:33
06 Kiss Me     3:02
07 Triad     4:25
■   Emily Zisman — Vocals
■   Ryan Avery — Violin, production, and additional vocals
■   Recorded at Casa Peralta Studio in San Francisco
■   Mastered by Piper Payne at Coast Mastering
■   Published by Definite Plus Music
■   Cover photo by Kingmond YoungFotka uživatele Ben Tais Amundssen.                        Deep in the desert. © 2013 Jeremy Faludi
Lyrics “Rich Girl”
1.)    You say that I’m never gonna love
anybody but I really wanna
love just maybe not you. Alright?
2.)    I say you’re a backseat lover
who will take every chance to
believe I would go without you. You’re right.
Refr:    I wanna be a rich girl,
rolling with all that I have
I know I’ll be a rich girl,
when I don’t have you
4.)    One day will seem much like another
when you don’t have the woman who
believes in the fabric of you. Realize.
5.)    Don’t say that I’m gonna be fine,
as I’m walking out the door after
wiping off all your untruths. Goodbye.
Refr:    I wanna be a rich girl,
rolling with all that I have
I know I’ll be a rich girl,
when I don’t have you
7.)    I wasn’t living with a lover
just to be another whispering
ego~pimp powering through your night.
8.)    I wanna be someone’s mother
with another who
doesn’t need
a mother to carry them through their life
Refr:    I wanna be a rich girl,
rolling with all that I have
I know I’ll be a rich girl,
when I don’t have youFotka uživatele Ben Tais Amundssen.Description:
■   “The album goes on, the volume goes up, the bliss begins immediately. One of the best releases I’ve listened to this year.” — John Shanahan, hypnagogue.net
■   Chance’s End is bringing the violin to a new generation of fans, in the style of artists such as Lindsey Stirling and Beats Antique.
■   Chance’s End once again expands the world of violin~electronica in the new EP “Rich Girl”. Teaming with SF songstress Emily Zisman, this latest release is full of lyrical originals and electronic reinterpretations of classic and unique covers.
■   As Chance’s End, San Francisco~based producer Ryan Avery creates electronic music fronted by solo violin. The project was formed in 2001 to explore how acoustic violin sounds when featured prominently in places it normally isn’t. With a laid-back downtempo sound reminiscent of Groove Armada, the group is helping redefine the role of the violin in popular music.
■   A violinist for almost 30 years, Ryan first studied as a classical musician before branching out into other styles such as bluegrass, blues, and jazz. Ryan began mixing violin and electronica to add a unique element to his early electronic productions, out of which Chance’s End was born. Vocalist Emily Zisman was brought on in 2010, whose experience with folk music, soul, and swing now also figure prominently in the group’s music. The duo’s very different backgrounds make electronica the perfect common ground to blend their styles and influences.
■   Chance’s End has proven very popular with the online community, garnering the group over 27 million listens on Pandora alone. Ryan and Emily’s passion for blues and tango dancing have also made them a popular draw performing throughout the dance community. “When I first started learning to dance tango, the traditional music of Argentina appealed to my classical side,” Ryan recalls. “But it was the nuevo~tango electronic music from groups like Gotan Project and Bajofondo which showed me that the violin could feature in modern music of all styles.” The multi~genre sound of the group has been further crafted from their involvement in partnered fusion dancing, where dancers from different styles come together to explore the essence of partnered movement.
■   The 2010’s have been very kind to the violin’s popular appeal. Though trailblazers such as Vanessa Mae and Jean~Luc Ponty have been experimenting with violin in electronic music for decades, it is only very recently that the instrument has seen an explosion of mainstream interest via artists such as Lindsey Stirling. Chance’s End has experienced this renewed growth first~hand, having released albums of violin~fronted electronic music for well over 10 years. “When I first started experimenting with mixing my violin playing into electronica, I never imagined that this sort of music would achieve such mainstream popularity”.
■   In addition to performing locally in the San Francisco Bay Area, Chance’s End performs at dance festivals throughout the US and regularly tours along the west coast. ■   The latest EP “Rich Girl” was released in 2016, and once again features the vocal stylings of Emily Zisman.
Bandcamp: https://chancesend.bandcamp.com/album/rich-girl
Website: http://www.chancesend.com/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/chancesend
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/chancesendFotka uživatele Ben Tais Amundssen.                                                 Denver Fusion Exchange 2014. © 2014 Noah Nethero

Chance’s End Rich Girl