MP3 Robert Farmer - Seeing Red
“This is an incredible production of alternative rock mixed with the power of fusion/improvisation and influenced by the music, people and events in the world today. ‘Seeing Red’ is a collision of the independent music revolution and the new political rev
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ROCK: Experimental Rock, ELECTRONIC: Acid Jazz
ROBERT FARMER WILL BE ‘SEEING RED’ ON JULY 15th.
HOLLYWOOD, CA – Rock artist Robert Farmer has announced the release of his new album, “Seeing Red,” set to hit streets on JULY 15th. Farmer recently signed on with A&R Select, Hollywood’s leading indie A&R firm.
Farmer writes and performs what he describes as “atmospheric rock fused with improvisational feel, using traditional, electronic and other instruments from around the world.”
He is an award-winning musician, taking home both solo artist of the year and best song of the year honors in 2007 competition. His CD “In a Dream” contributed two songs to the soundtrack for “Revelation,” whose trailer will also feature a Farmer song. A music video is also in the works.
IOM Magazine printed a piece on Farmer and also offered an extremely positive review and a one on one interview conducted by Colin Lynch, executive director of https://www.tradebit.com.
Farmer was a featured artist in Merge Weekly Entertainment Magazine (print and online) and was ranked as one of the country’s top ten artists in Pop, Rock & Electronica categories at https://www.tradebit.com. At https://www.tradebit.com, he has frequently held track of the day and track of the week honors.
He has worked with Larry Gold, producer and arranger of such artists as Jay Z, Janet Jackson, Justin Timberlake, Teddy Pendergrass, George Thorogood, Billy Blaugh and Hank Carter (The Delaware Destroyers). Farmer is currently in collaboration with Ed Unitsky, a Belarus artist who is designing Farmer’s latest effort. Frankford Wayne Recording Studios, which has served the likes of Suzanne Vega, Moby, Jay Z, Mary J. Blige, Whitney Houston, Erykah Badu and more, is doing the mastering on “Seeing Red.”
Farmer has shared the stage with such superstars as Patti Smith, James Cotton and Robert Hunter of The Grateful Dead, just to name a handful.
“I’m dedicated to producing original recordings for release and sale, as well as promoting soundtracks for movies and television,” says Farmer of his current activities – besides polishing work on his forthcoming disc.
Of “Seeing Red,” he says, “This is an incredible production of alternative rock mixed with the power of fusion/improvisation and influenced by the music, people and events in the world today. ‘Seeing Red’ is a collision of the independent music revolution and the new political revolution.”
He believes that it is something only an indie artist could have gotten away with creating and cites his new album as an example of artistic freedom.