Prin will be playing a 30-minute set at The Bitter End in NYC on Sunday, January 15 @ 8PM. Tickets are $5 and there is a 2-drink/menu item minimum at The Bitter End. This is part of the Songwriters Sessions. Come enjoy other local songwriters for a special night of live music.
Join Prin at The Bitter End in NYC on October 16, 2016 @ 7:30 PM.
Enjoy music from her new album, Dim the Lights.
The new album is available on iTunes and other major distributors. Physical CDs will be available for purchase soon, too. Preview songs on iTunes and check out the new album!
Dim the Lights by Prin
Get updates about the new Dim the Lights album and connect with Prin on social media! Twitter: @musicbyprinnyc
Prin will be performing a 30 minute set at The Bitter End in NYC on Sunday, July 10, 2016, featuring songs from the upcoming new album, Dim the Lights. This show will be part of The Bitter End’s songwriting sessions!
Tickets in advance and at the door are $5.
Stay tuned for more details!
“The Sound of Us” is earmarked to be another single off of the upcoming album, Dim the Lights. It features music and lyrics by Prin, piano and vocals by Prin, drums by Doug Yowell, guitars by Thad DeBrock, bass by Jonathan Maron and vocal production by Mark Plati. It was recorded at The Bunker Studio in Brooklyn and Alice’s Restaurant in Manhattan. It’s one of my favorite tracks from the album.
The title track single for my upcoming album, Dim the Lights, is now available on iTunes! More new music coming soon from the album!
Music and Lyrics by Prin, Piano and Vocals by Prin, Drums and Percussions by Doug Yowell, Guitars by Thad DeBrock, Bass by Mark Plati, Recorded at The Bunker Studios in Brooklyn and Alice’s Restaurant in Manhattan, Arranged by Prin and Doug Yowell, Vocal Production by Mark Plati, Mixing by Mark Plati, Production by Prin
Dim the Lights – Single by Prin
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Preview Prin’s new single, Dim the Lights, on YouTube with pics from recording session, featuring Prin, Doug Yowell, Thad DeBrock, and Mark Plati.
I truly enjoy arranging songs in my head and don’t typically get the chance to explore production since I work alone as an independent songwriter. Using GarageBand for the first time was very fun and made me realize that it is okay to be a little less “organic” when showcasing my songwriting. When I write piano and vocal tracks only, it is hard for others to hear the genre I intend or the instrumentation I think has potential for a song. This really made me feel good about the upcoming album, too, since people will get to hear why I refer to myself as “genre homeless.”
This song is called “Hiding” and I used a house drum set to create the groove. I did input all of the sounds and tried to take a stab at mixing – lol – eek! For anyone who knows me and my NYC roots, house music is a big influence in my idea of percussion sounds. I think it sounds pretty cool for a first try, and I’m already incorporating the app into my songwriting routines. 🙂