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PLAYING FAVORITES IS OUT NOW!

My new album, Playing Favorites, is out now! Here’s a link to check it out on iTunes/Apple Music/Spotify or buy the CD from Amazon:

http://smarturl.it/MeikoPF

I’m really proud of how it came out. It’s an album full of cover songs that I grew up listening to from artists like Sade, Blind Melon, Duran Duran, Mazzy Star, Portishead, Erykah Badu and a bunch of others!

My band and I recorded it live in an abandoned church in Brooklyn – the acoustics were AMAZING – this is definitely a record to listen to on headphones! πŸ™‚

Anyway, I hope you like the album, and I hope you think we did these songs justice!

 

REMIX CONTEST!

I’m having a remix contest on Splice.com!

Here’s the deal: Remix my new song “Back In The Game” (enter HERE and grab the song files) – all remixes are due in to them by May 15.
My favorite remix will win $500, an official release through the WAX LTD label, an Akai MPC, and more! Good luck!

“BACK IN THE GAME” IS OUT NOW!

“BACK IN THE GAME” IS OUT NOW!

I’m so exited to share my latest single with you! It’s called “Back In The Game”, and I hope you like it!

I wrote this song as a ‘going-out anthem’ for the broken-hearted. You know – brush your knees off, get back in there and kick some ass!

Here’s a link where you can can hear the track on your favorite service (Spotify, iTunes, Amazon, etc.). If you like it, please share it!

http://www.2lin.cc/BITG 

Zombie (The Cranberries cover)

This song will be featured on a covers album I’m releasing later this summer, but I wanted to share this particular track now as a tribute to one of my favorite singers of all time, Dolores O’Riordan.

I hope I’ve done it justice.
You can get it here now if you’d like:
http://www.2lin.cc/MeikoZombie

We recorded it in an abandoned church in Brooklyn. Even though “Zombie” is a heavy song, I wanted to record it light and slow, because it’s such a sad song to me.

My sister gave me the ‘No Need To Argue’ CD when I was in the sixth grade. “Zombie” was the first song I learned to play on guitar. I listened to the song on repeat, morning noon and night, and I was entranced by Dolores’ vocals and the way the lyrics made me feel both powerful and vulnerable at the same time.

Rest In Peace, Dolores.