Love and Logic Talks About Youtube Video Sensation: "Whataya Want From Me?" Podcast!!
if you were around — and following me on Friday, I pulled a TGIF Moment — and you will find more of those popping up– even if it’s not a F (meaning Friday).
Here’s the update on Love and Logic!!
Connected to them on Friday and actually laid down a podcast which is below. They were surprised that this video/cover song of something done by Adam Lambert — but so different because they stripped it down and created a new dynamic with the addition of a cello (go Annie!) .
Love and Logic
Here’s the video. This is their version of Adam Lambert’s whataya want from me, and their first official music video. they made it themselves with a lot of help from friends and strangers at home in freezing NYC and a cardboard sign
. Love and Logic just released their first ever music video–done in a stellar black and white to underscore the power of the performancre. Their cover of Adam Lambert’s “Whataya Want From Me?”. Share it with someone you know: friends, lovers, enemies. It’s about many things that we all need today, tomorrow and forever. This powerful song has a beautiful presentation courtesy of the various instruments involved– one of which is a cello. The video is incredibly powerful particularly in black and white
Anyway, through the use of Facebook and the power of networking a band was created by these four people connecting and auditioning and now having created an EP and this incredible video.
.Frontman, Paul Canetti, set out on a search to find a band after years on the NYC singer/songwriter circuit. He and longtime bassist, NYU grad Dan Haller, found an ally in Annie Kim, her PhD in classical music featuring both her talent on the cello and piano. Someone connected them to drummer Derron Walker, a powerhouse with rock and reggae influences ( and really mean red pepper shaker) . Here the story of the band’s creation and evolution to this point in the podcast below!Love and Logic combines indie rock, pop, and classical music to create a unique, versatile sound. With equal doses of heart and brain (hence the name), their songs are incredibly accessible, emotionallly powerful, intricate, challenging and distinctly intoxicating and addictive.
Suggestion that you hit iTunes.com and download their EP. It’s money well-spent. Give it to someone for Valentine’s Day. This EP is definitely fun, interesting and irresistable!
Hope you find them as interesting as I do. I have a slew more music to review but this one video blew me away — and caught my heart like select artists have done.
Thank you to Paul, Dan, Derron, and Annie for your willingness to connect and talk. It’s greatly appreciated– and I think all you music junkies out there (and other musicians) should check out their sound too.
Stevie Wilson, LA-Story.com
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