Music Industry News Network [12-27-2012]
KATE VIGO VIDEO CLIP RELEASE ‘NOT THE ONE’
Kate Vigo is excited to announce the release of the latest video clip for her new single 'Not The One' from her upcoming album from ‘Blue to Gold’. The swooping strings in this indie/pop ballad are complimented perfectly with the quirky clip, created by Kids In Cloaks. It combines a mixture of futuristic and 'cut out' vintage themed scenes and mirrored effects as the songstress fronts an unmanageable battlefield to give its colourful nature a strange beauty and underlying sense of emotion beyond the 'cute.' Kate's tone and message possesses a unique quality that would see the likes of Sarah Blasko and Feist in a similar orbit. ‘Not the one’ will be included on the CD compilation in the December Issue of YEN Magazine.
"Not The One": http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mfxIVna6IIM
The Australian Indie singer/song-writer is set to release her second album 'Blue to Gold' and has already received much positive attention with two singles from the record' 'Wanna Run' and 'Spinning Out of Control' scheduled to feature on the popular TV series 'Winners and Losers.' This isn't the first taste of excitement for Vigo, who after great success with her national tour in April 2012 saw herself winning second place in the APRA International Unsigned Only Song Competition. This feat can be added to a long list of awards and appearances such as a Musicoz award for 'Best Video' for her single 'The Way You Are', second time finalist in the ISRC songwriting competition, finalist in the 2012 Australian Songwriting Awards, selected to attend the APRA/AMCOS Song summit in Sydney and has featured on MAX Music, Network Ten's TV series 'Offspring', ABC's 'Art Nation not to mention radio airplay on Triple J, Radar Radio and Fox FM.
"Wanna Run": http://youtu.be/ihNENraithE
From the unearthing of organic and acoustic timbres as realised in her last exploration "Someone Better", her upcoming album 'Blue to Gold' promises to fuse the organic and the synthetic. With producer and composer Jan Skubiszewski at the production helm, Kate has proved herself as an artist in full command of her craft. Her fearless compositional approach salutes her influences from the Immaculate Collection to David Lynch's Blue Velvet and flows out through her songwriting, capturing a reminiscence and bringing it to the present for her upcoming release. The new album promises driving tempos and peppy beats and lyrics. Kate says "A lot of my existing work is a little dark and broody, inspired by the beauty in tragedy. Now I feel like I want to have fun and write songs people can dance around in their bedroom to. There is definitely still a dark
side to the album though."
“A great record, full of vocal magic and seductive loops that are by turns playful, wistful and dark. It’s experimental pop that’s still fun, sitting somewhere between Billie Holiday and Zap Mama…self-penned wistful love-songs which are personal, but oddly universal…Eclectic, versatile, part pop, electronic and stylish ‘60s torch rock, all awesome.”
“Kate Vigo was born with the music inside her and she’s just trying to let it out. Truly awe-inspiring, breathtaking, a pleasure to watch and possessed of a voice that comes from somewhere deep and sacred, simple and fun …the romanticism and presence she exuded transformed the club into a secret French Resistance speakeasy.”
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