Bay Area singer Sid Sriram in collaboration with DJ Booth to bring the West Coast Nightfall Part 1: Before Dusk EP. This EP is part of a two-part release with seven tracks and production from Sriram himself and help with live instruction from Dan Drohan, Eric Jackowitz, Jake Sherman, Kyle Miles and Sean Tracy. Tracklist, stream and download link after the jump.
Sid Sriram releases a visual for his single “Winter Mind” from his upcoming project West Coast Nightfall; Before Dusk releasing on April 17th. In this Doom&Gloom directed video, we see the contrast between an outer calm and inner chaos. This video was shot by Sergio Enciso of Doom&Gloom and W.A. Henderson.
As Sid Sriram gears up to release the first half of his “West Coast Night Fall” project titled “Before Dusk”, he releases audio to the first single “Winter Mind”. This single sets the contemplative, edgy and soulful tone of the project. This song’s accompanying music video will also be releasing soon. “West Coast Nightfall; Before Dusk” will be releasing on April 17th via DJBooth.net.
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Inspired from Kendrick Lamar’s “Sing About Me”, Sid Sriram creates this cover song with Warryn Campbell accompanying him on the keys. Starting with his own interpretation of Donny Hathaway’s “A Song For you”, Sid then transitions into the hook from “Sing About Me” and ends with an original verse. The track comes from the upcoming two-part project West Coast Nightfall.
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Sid Sriram releases his first promo video for his upcoming project “West Coast Nightfall”. In the video, Sid sings a song from the project a capella, speaks on the project’s concept, and thanks his growing, vibrant fanbase. “West Coast Nightfall” is a two part project, with the first half titled “Before Dusk” releasing on March 27th.
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As Sid’s popularity grows, he is excited to deliver a new original “Anymore” in association with Converse Rubbertracks. The record was produced by Sid and recorded at their studio in Brooklyn, NY. With this new release, Sid is putting forth an organic, genuine sound driven by a powerful vocal performance. After the jump, get the inside look at how he creates the perfect recording environment to capture “Anymore”.
As a follow up to Sid’s acclaimed rendition of “Change is Gonna Come“, Sid is releasing a live rendition of his original record, “Wake Up”, a stand-out track from his EP, Daydream. The song features Jake Sherman and Sean Tracy, with visuals provided by Doom and Gloom.
On September 5th, Sid Sriram released his first studio EP, Daydream, to critical acclaim. Following the success of this release, Sid Sriram is proud to present the first single from the project – “Disappear”.
In April, Sid Sriram performed an exclusive showcase at Brooklyn venue/recording space, The Breeding Ground. This showcase was video/audio recorded and packaged into an EP, which will be released in association with Boston based brand Society. With this project, Sid is aiming to put forth the vulnerability, energy and emotion of a live show through a sophisticated visual and aural aesthetic. In a time where studio tweaks and effects can make vocals sound mint, this project shows that there’s something to be said about delivering music in a raw setting. The EP is produced by Sid Sriram, with video direction by Arthur Johnson, engineering/mixing/co-production by Tariq Khan.