Eitan: EP Para Papi
(2012)

Ethan Edenburg is a 24 year old creator of music. He has been singing and playing guitar since age 11. Ethan attended Berklee College of Music from 2009 to 2011, and was honored to share the Berklee Performance Center stage with one of his idols, Bobby McFerrin, as part of "The Singing Tribe" in 2010. He has been the frontman of several rock bands and has always been called a "natural performer".



I Hate This Place: Shiny One
(2011)

シンガポールでこの世に生を受け、4歳の時にアメリカへ移住(一時は日本でも生活していたそう)。幼い頃から複数のバンドで キーボーディストとしてプレイしていたショーンが、大きな影響源である「80’s エレポップ」を現代流に消化したサウンドを 鳴らす夢を諦めきれずに、2004年、単身ニューヨークへ渡りスタートさせたソロ・プロジェクト“I Hate This Place”。

 

 



The Curtis King Band ft. Joe Murray:
Who is Curtis King? Who Cares?

(2011)

All original music by The Curtis King Band featuring Matthew "Cadillac" Cooper, Erick Swackhammer, John Chee, keymeister Uwe Vogel, bassist/audio engineer extraordinair Dave D'aranjo from The Ocean Band, and more special guests from all around Asia.

Produced by Curtis King & Joe Murray. Recorded in Vietnam & Singapore. All voice characterization by Joe Murray. Comedy skits written & performed by Joe Murray, with vibes & inspiration from Curtis King.



April's Blues: A Burlesque Tribute
(2011)

In 1961, a smitten composer known only as Aries wrote "April's Blues" for Miss April March, the "First Lady of Burlesque". 50 years later, The Boston Babydolls present a tribute to April starring the fabulous Miss Mina.

"April's Blues" has been re-arranged from the original lead sheet by Dave D'aranjo, who produced the song and directed the video. Stellar young musicians from the Berklee College of Music help to recreate the glamorous, sexy intrigue of April March's original stage show.



Alemay Fernandez: Out of My Head [SINGLE]
(2011)

"Out of My Head" tells the story of an old love, renewed, and the confusion one endures when they still have feelings for someone that has hurt them in the past. It features the sultry, wistful vocals of Singaporean vocal star Alemay Fernandez in an international collaboration with Interrobang Records. Written and produced by Dave D'aranjo, who also plays bass, the song features striking guitar work from Enriquez Castillo, contemplative synths from Sean Nerney, and a standout steel drum track by Earl Brooks, Jr. of the Berklee College of Music.



Melissa Fielding: Hide & Seek Me [SINGLE]
(2010)


Hide & Seek Me, the gorgeous first single from songwriting phenom Melissa Fielding, brings you to a place of mysterious yet playful romance and striking beauty. An online collaboration of some of Berklee's most talented musicians, "Hide & Seek Me" features the work of Sonya Perricone on guitar, Cecil Remmler on piano, & Sam Ward on drums. Sean Nerney of I Hate This Place fame contributes synths all the way from Singapore. The track was produced by Dave D'aranjo, who plays bass, of Interrobang Records.



Phil LaBarge: DeLand [SINGLE]
(2010)

A jazz fusion, classically influenced song written by stellar guitarist Phil LaBarge, currently a student at Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA. Produced by Phil LaBarge & Dave D'aranjo. Mixed by Max Jaeger. Additional Engineering by Pete Hendricks & Dave D'aranjo.

Drums - Max Jaeger, Bass - Dave D'aranjo, Guitars - Phil LaBarge, Piano - Tony Buzdykhanov.



Quickstar Productions presents Rock 4 Life International Volume 19: Various Artists
(2009)

Primary Aclerosing Cholangitis. This is a liver disease that currently has no other cure other than a liver transplant. The inspiration for this benefit CD came from the onset of PSC on a close friend of Quickstar Productions. For more information or to make a donation for treatment research please visit their site. (www.pscpartners.org) Thank you for supporting these talented bands and the advancement of knowledge about PSC.



The Ocean Band: Couch Dictators
(2009)

An aural shagfest.... of epic proportions.
Strange Rock n' Roll creepers wedge through the cracks of an abandoned colonial mansion. A musical invasion on the shores of Singapore. The salt of five Oceans meet in this murky strait. Will the Couch Dictators turn back the tide? Only The Ocean Band knows. This post-rock, post-punk, post-new-wave, post-funk, post-pop, post-reggae, post-office hours sonic adventure is all yours to take.



Three Black Eyes: The Sweet Demise of the Boozehound
(2009)

This is an album with a band for every occasion. Hand crafted with care and affection to be thrown away with wild abandon and handed down for generations. Ramshackle sleaze, charity shop blues, red eyed balladeering and country fried booze. Load up your truck with tears, cut the brakes and head for the freeway singin' hallelujah.These people will get your there with all the comfort and style you expect and deserve......
Buy now and pray later....



Victor Wooten : Groove Workshop
(2008)

A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, thanks to The Bass Collective NYC and Hudson Music! Yes, I am really in this video - I barely believe it myself.

Join legendary bassist Victor Wooten, Anthony Wellington, myself and five of my colleagues from the Bass Collective NYC in this 5-hour, 2-disc DVD set. It's filled with amazing, life-changing musicianship tips from my all-time favorite bassplayer.

Victor redefines the essential elements of music and demonstrates how to apply them in fresh, creative, musically relevant ways!



Julie Chow: The Many Faces of Mimi Celeste LaFleur
(2008)

Four years after the release of Wheel of Fortune, Julie Chow returns with her fifth full-length independent release, The Many Faces of Mimi Celeste LaFleur (Jalizca Productions, Self-Produced/Released). With lush harmonies and eerie vocals, "Mimi" represents a four-year labor of love for Chow, who previewed and developed most of the material through collaborations with friends, and acoustic gigs around Davis, Sacramento and San Francisco.



I Hate This Place: Never Go
(2008)

This is a very mysterious release, available only through Xtal Records in Japan.

It's a compilation of songs from I Hate This Place, Sean's Nerney's solo pop project.



P.E.R.: 2007
(2009)

Per Byhring: "In 2007 I was living in Singapore! I didn't have much to do so I made some music. The last song I made just before I moved home from Singapore. I was a bit sad at the time because my life was pretty messed up. I'm more happy now!"

I met Per in the Music Technology program of a pretty shady "college" in Singapore called LaSalle. While the program was a complete bust, I'm hugely grateful to have moved on to bigger and better things since then and to have met Per, one of the most talented individuals I know. His friendship is certainly one of the highlights of the year 2007.



King of Blues: Curtis King
(2007)

The Curtis King Band made a huge splash at the 9th Annual Jakarta Jazz Festival in November 2007. Playing alongside luminaries such as Jeremy Monteiro, Groovology, and Kool & the Gang, Curtis' show was a definite hit with the crowd.

"Since I'm from Ohio, I play ROCK n' ROLL jazz...."

The King of Blues album topped the Indonesian charts on Disctarra.com for a month after this landmark performance!



More Cowbell!: Mid-Life Crisis
(2007)

When it's "that time of the life", some guys go for fast cars and girlie bars. These guys grab guitars and try to avoid SARS!

Get ready for some high-octane classic rock'roll from this lovable group of American expats, long marooned in the Far East.

Featuring The Mid-Life Crisis live at the Sembawang Naval Base and the American Club Singapore, as well as cameos from Dave D'aranjo and Uwe Vogel of The Ocean Band.

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Rock in Asia: Various Artists
(2007)

A groundbreaking collection of original tunes conjured up by the most innovative and established rockers from Japan, China, Singapore, India and other Asian lands!

03. THE OCEAN BAND (Singapore) - "Change"
11. THE OLD KINGS (Singapore) - "Trying to Be Calm"
17. THE CURTIS KING BAND (Vietnam) - "Take My Hand"

Sample... Sizzle... Succumb!



I Hate This Place: Nowhere Else
(2007)

Is there nowhere else to go?
Or nowhere else you'd rather be?
The latest album from New York based I Hate This Place explores what happens when we get torn between situations, places and people.

Awash in producer / synth player / singer / songwriter Sean Nerney's glitch-pop influenced electronics and captivating lyrics, Nowhere Else is a collection of songs about the spaces between us, distances crossed, lines drawn, losses, and gains.



Kie: Tokyo EP
(2006)

The star release of Summer 2006!

Japanese artist Kie's debut album Tokyo EP is an engaging fusion of pop and traditional music from the Land of the Rising Sun.

Combining her exceptional songwriting and singing with the talents of other musicians from around the world, Tokyo EP is an engaging listen not to be missed.

 



 

1000 Hours of Staring: The Seagull
(2006)

Hot on the heels of their debut EP at Serein, 'Cooperative Thread', it is time again to welcome 1000 Hours of Staring to the Serein catalogue.

The lineup this time includes David D'aranjo and Mike Kazantsis working alongside Mike Ramsey.

Thick with the tones of guitars, keyboards and whispers of vocal samples and field recordings, 'The Seagull' is a composition of epic proportions.



 

The Curtis King Band: Horny in Vietnam
(2006)

Arguably the funniest CD to come out of Asia!

Curtis King and the Mighty Mighty Sax Brothers rockin' the house with some cool blues and hot jazz in Vietnam.

Guest artists include Baby Leash, Matthew Cadillac Cooper, Dave D'aranjo, and more, plus the comic voiceovers of Dr. Joe Murray. Killer artwork from Miguel Thomas, as well!

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Rita Lestariani: Akhirnya....
(2005)

Akhirnya... is the first solo release of Indonesian singer and songwriter - Rita Lestariani. Born and raised in Banten, Indonesia, Rita has over the course of the last six years, Rita has traveled the length and width of Indonesia and other parts of Asia and the Middle East singing in small town bars and big city clubs and learning of life, love and music along the way. She is currently singing and touring with multi-platinum selling band COKELAT on their recent tour of various venues all over Indonesia. Whether it be in small town bars or huge stadiums, Rita's voice has the astonishing ability to stop a crowd in its tracks and make them sit down and take notice.

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The Blues in.. Asia: Various Artists
(2005)

"Blues in ... Asia" contains 19 tracks from all over the region - from Japan to Indonesia, from Singapore to China, from Vietnam to India, and most countries and territories in between!

Of course, you'll hear traditional American blues in English, but also be ready for some cool Asian interpretations of the Blues, sung in Indonesian, Mandarin, and even Japanese. Also, you're sure to be captivated by the sounds of some unique Asian instruments interpreting the blues! Enjoy!!

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The Ocean Band: Barcodes
(2005)

The Ocean Band are a Singapore-based band who, having exhausted every covers playing club in the country and their own collective patience, have moved on to playing and recording their own music.

The band's members hail from India, Germany, France, the U.S., and Israel.

The Ocean Band has always been at its best on stage and have played several hundred gigs in Singapore and overseas, to uniformly excellent response.

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The Old Kings: Divine Society
(2005)

The latest album in the evolution of The Old Kings, Divine Society represents a marked departure from the band's previous efforts.

The addition of Roman Tarasov on electric guitar and reinstatement of Dave D'aranjo on drums and bass have allowed the band to explore new musical frontiers and further develop their unique sound.

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Hanoi*LeRoi: Lost in Saigon
(2005)

"Lost in SaiGon" is a work that is just seeing the end of its completion here in SaiGon. The original work started in a barn studio near Bourge, France in the summer of 2001. This record has founds its way thru numerous bars and late night jam sessions all over France and VietNam. It has finally found its finishing touch here in the low lying back streets of Ho Chi Minh City formally known as Saigon.

One of Dave's first audio mixing assignments was the song "If You Wanna Dance to Rock n' Roll", which he also plays keyboards on.

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Jazz in... Singapore: Various Artists
(2002)

Jazz in Singapore?? Yes, Jazz is definitely happening in Singapore in a big way. Somehow, somewhere, somebody turned on this island to the jazz sounds coming out of New Orleans, New York, California, Chicago, and Europe. The music took hold, and the scene arguably compares well to any major Western metropolis.

"Young Dave D'aranjo, who's probably not yet out of his teens, reveals
a magical rumble of low-frequency lyricism bordering on poetry in his 'Who Loves Ya, Jaco?' (an orginal dedicated to the contemporary king of electric bass players: Jaco Pastorius)."
- Dudley de Souza, 3Nov2005

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Some May Not Be: Therapy Sessions
(2002)

Get ready for Therapy Sessions, the debut album by Some May Not Be.

Sick of "boy bands"? Think again, fool. This shit is a fresh mix of Hardcore Rap, Phat Beats, Heavy Rock, and a little bit of Industrial Techno too.

Scared of the cuss words? Then take yo' bidness somewhere else, because what "The Mack" has to say will straight-up shock you.

Back up, Eminem.

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The Old Kings: Going to the Opera
(2001)

A folk influenced, retro soft rock garnished collection of acoustic guitar based melodies.

Singer/songwriter songs influenced by Nick Drake, Bread, James Taylor, Jars of Clay, and 60s and 70s soft rock.

Featuring Patrick Linton, Brian Crabtree, Jeff DeFlorio, Sean Nerney and Dave D'aranjo.

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