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The New York Artists Collective brings artists together in the round exploring authenticity and vulnerability in songwriting and brings an audience that much closer to the creative process in a unique and intimate setting. "This Next One’s About..." takes a look at the creation of a song with an artist who has performed in one of our rounds and seeks to provide an insight into their process before we finally listen to the finished track. Join us to discover new music from the heart of New York City and get an inside look into how new music gets created! Check out our Website at www.newyorkartistscollective.com or follow us on instagram at @newyorkartistscollective!

The New York Artists Collective brings artists together in the round exploring authenticity and vulnerability in songwriting and brings an audience that much closer to the creative process in a unique and intimate setting. "This Next One’s About..." takes a look at the creation of a song with an artist who has performed in one of our rounds and seeks to provide an insight into their process before we finally listen to the finished track. Join us to discover new music from the heart of New York City and get an inside look into how new music gets created! Check out our Website at www.newyorkartistscollective.com or follow us on instagram at @newyorkartistscollective!
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The New York Artists Collective brings artists together in the round exploring authenticity and vulnerability in songwriting and brings an audience that much closer to the creative process in a unique and intimate setting. "This Next One’s About..." takes a look at the creation of a song with an artist who has performed in one of our rounds and seeks to provide an insight into their process before we finally listen to the finished track. Join us to discover new music from the heart of New York City and get an inside look into how new music gets created! Check out our Website at www.newyorkartistscollective.com or follow us on instagram at @newyorkartistscollective!

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Episodes

Episode 28 - Brandon Mills

5/22/2019
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Brandon Mills, Nashville-based singer-songwriter and former New Yorker comes into talk to us about his song 'Gift' ahead of his NYAC Presents performance. Brandon began his musical career after leaving the military as a Special forces veteran. Has has also served global non-profits which has given him a perspective of living life with a bigger purpose. Brandon’s music is all about keeping people connected through positive vibes, conscious living, insightful lyrics and challenging the status...

Duration:00:21:29

Episode 27 - Marielle Kraft

5/14/2019
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Marielle Kraft is a poignant singer-songwriter from Philadelphia, PA who is quickly making an impact on the indie pop scene, known for her storytelling songwriting technique of vivid detail, clever word choice, and refreshing taste. Marielle joins us to talk about her new single “Better Without You” coming out May 17th. mariellekraft.com

Duration:00:23:49

Episode 26 - Kelsey Hunter

5/8/2019
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Kelsey Hunter is a blues rock singer-songwriter from New York City whom we are delighted to have performing in an NYAC round May 25th. Kelsey joins us in the studio to talk about her experiences as an artist in New York from the very first gig she ever saw in the city, to opening for Foreigner after a chance encounter with Mick Jones interviewing to be his personal assistant. Kelsey tells us all about her upcoming single Let Me Burn. Tickets available for the May 25th show at Rockwood Music...

Duration:00:22:25

Episode 25 - Rebecca Haviland

5/1/2019
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Rebecca Haviland and Whiskey Heart is a roots rock americana band based in New York consisting of bassist Chris Anderson (Martin Sexton), drummer Kenny Shaw (Dispatch) and B3 player Todd Caldwell (Crosby Stills and Nash). Rebecca and her band released two live albums, Sun Studio Sessions Volume 1 and Volume 2, tracked across two late night recording sessions at the famous Sun Studio in Memphis, TN where artists like Elvis and Johnny Cash made their first recordings. Their episode of Sun...

Duration:00:29:57

Episode 24 - Anna Rose

3/27/2019
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Anna Rose, is an accomplished singer, songwriter, and guitarist. The fiery dynamo has been working in the music industry for over a decade. Anna Rose’s most recent single, Nobody Knows I’m Here, featured on NBC’s hit show 'This Is Us', announces an exciting shift in her artistic career as she moves closer to her roots in the singer-songwriter world. Anna joins us to talk about the her experiences as a woman in the rock and music industry and about her song 'Nobody Knows I'm Here'....

Duration:00:21:47

Episode 23 - Treya Lam

3/20/2019
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Treya Lam is a multi-instrumentalist and songwriter whose cinematic songs and compositions are built on dynamic piano, ethereal vocals, meditative guitar and lush chamber-folk arrangements. Her debut album Good News was created entirely by womxn - headed by Kaki King who produced and released the record on her label. Treya joins us to discuss what it's like to make an album entirely with women from start to finish, the highs and lows of being an artist in the age of social media and how she...

Duration:00:23:00

Episode 22 - Eli Lev

3/13/2019
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Global citizen and folk singer Eli Lev is making the world a smaller place, one song at a time. In just two years as a full-time musician, Eli has built a robust profile through wowing audiences each time he picks up a guitar. He has opened for national names like Shooter Jennings at The Fillmore in Silver Spring, Maryland and Ellis Paul at Jammin Java in Vienna, Virginia. Eli joins us to talk about his recent travels around Spain performing, his new music that he's releasing in 2019 and his...

Duration:00:24:43

Episode 21 - Phil Pickens

3/6/2019
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Phil Pickens, Southern transplant in New York joins us to talk about how he found his way to music as a child in Atlanta, how he wound up in New York auditioning for the Jersey Boys and about his song 'Mary The Boxer' from his debut album Cathedrals. The New York Artists Collective is proud to have Phil perform in the round alongside fellow musicians Eli Lev and Treya Lam on March 23rd at 6pm at Rockwood Music Hall - tickets available on our website www.newyorkartistscollective.com.

Duration:00:24:40

Episode 20 - Natalie Clark

2/27/2019
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Scottish singer-songwriter Natalie Clark, comes into talk about her latest release "More Than A Mountain" and what it means to her to quit her job and pursue a career as a musician in Los Angeles. Natalie has reaped plaudits from Sir Richard Branson among others, is now based in the US after being handpicked to open for the Grammy award winning Indigo Girls tour. Natalie was also featured on Season 10 of NBC's T.V. show, The Voice, where Christina Aguilera and Blake Shelton praised her...

Duration:00:25:04

Episode 19 - Laura Valk (of Skout)

2/20/2019
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Skout is Laura Valk and Connor Gladney, a Brooklyn-based duo that plays indie-folk with restless edge. The pair met on an East Village stoop over coffee in late 2014. The next night, they played their first show together as Skout. The band has independently amassed over 1 million Spotify streams, landed on both Spotify’s USA and Canada Viral charts, and their music has been featured on MTV’s Catfish and NBC’s Today Show. Valk is proud to produce and edit most of the band’s audio and video...

Duration:00:26:49

Episode 18 - Matt Butler

2/13/2019
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Matt Butler is a folk artist, a rock’n roller, and a storyteller. Weaving personal experience with a timeless style, he brings honesty and openness to his classic approach to songwriting. Matt spent several months on the inaugural ‘Foundations Tour’ for his newly formed non-profit organization, the ‘Just One Foundation’, bringing music to incarcerated and underserved populations across the US and he joined us in the studio to talk about his song "Fear and Desire" www.mattbutlersongs.com

Duration:00:28:54

Episode 17 - Brandon Mills

2/6/2019
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Brandon Mills is a singer-songwriter based in New York City whose music combines earnest lyrical themes with grappling melodies to create emotionally charged story-telling. Brandon combines genres such as blues, hip-hop, pop, and folk with the goal of making his music distinctive and relatable. Brandon joins us to talk about his journey from being a marine to becoming a singer-songwriter about to head to Nashville to pursue the next step of his career and he tells us about the process for...

Duration:00:26:37

Episode 16 - Elizabeth Wyld

1/30/2019
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Elizabeth Wyld is a NYC-based singer and songwriter from rural Virginia. Two years ago she was suffering from a paralyzed vocal cord that left her unable to sing and speak for half a year. During this period of silence, she took to writing songs and since she recovered, she has been singing and playing her indie-folk tunes all over New York City and throughout the east coast. Elizabeth has previously played an NYAC show and is back to tell us about her latest release "Child". She will be...

Duration:00:22:36

Episode 15: Jessie Standafer

1/23/2019
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There is a new wave of Conscious Music crashing into our hearts and minds. Jessie Standafer is a making those waves. A musical activist, Jessie uses her songwriting to ignite more peace, love, connection, & acceptance on the planet. By returning to the roots of pop music, she uses music to engage in a collective conversation about social issues and ways we can together make the world a better place. Jessie joins us to talk about her song 'Choose Must' and what it's like being an LGBTQ artist...

Duration:00:26:42

Episode 14 - Janita

1/16/2019
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We're back! It's 2019 and we have some wonderful artists lined up for your listening pleasure this year. Kicking us off is one of Finland's greatest exports - singer-songwriter, Janita. Already established as an iconic recording artist and music figure in her native Finland, Janita (pronounced YA-nee-tuh) moved to New York City early in her career, building on those initial successes by launching her American recording career with two Top-40 Billboard hits. www.janita.com

Duration:00:24:21

Episode 13 - Rachel Baiman

12/19/2018
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Pegged as one of Rolling Stone Magazine's top 10 artists to check out in country this November, Rachel Baiman is definitely a star on the rise. We discuss her musical journey from fiddle player to singer-songwriter, being backlisted, and how she co-wrote her song 'Times Like These' which we play in full in the episode. www.rachelbaiman.com

Duration:00:27:44

Episode 12 - Meaghan Farrell

12/12/2018
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Former New Yorker and now Nashville-based Meaghan Farrell joins us on the show to talk about tacos, co-writing and representation of female arists and songwriters in country music. She also tells us about her anthemic song 'Long Shot'. www.meaghanfarrell.com IG: @meaghanfarrell

Duration:00:26:31

Episode 11 - Micah Woods

12/5/2018
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Hot off the heels of two new singles and an appearance on USA’s new TV show Real Country, country/pop/soul singer-songwriter Micah Woods tells us how he was spotted playing a gig in Brooklyn by Shania Twain which has led to his appearance on new show Real Country, he also discusses his new song ‘Love Like That’ and what it’s like to be an out gay man in the country music industry. micahtwoods.com

Duration:00:26:31

Episode 10 - Chris Pureka

11/27/2018
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Critically acclaimed folk singer Chris Pureka joins us ahead of her US tour to discuss her song ‘Holy’, why she left NYC and what she loves about being an independent artist having started her own label Sad Rabbit Records. https://www.chrispureka.com/tour

Duration:00:25:07

Episode 9 - Stephen Babcock

11/19/2018
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New York americana singer-songwriter Stephen Babcock talks to us about his song ‘5a’ from his latest full length studio album release ‘Fiction’, how his writing process has evolved and his upcoming release and East coast US tour. www.stephenbabcockmusic.com

Duration:00:27:50