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  1. BreatheHeavy/Exhale typically focuses on the pop juggernauts, but it's the up-and-coming independent pop artist that need the most love. Dyllan White made his debut on BH last year, and while the world may have completely changed since then, Dyllan's passion for creating unforgettable tunes hasn't. He released a new EP titled D://istort.paraME.trs Ya boy has some thoughts on the tracks. Or via Apple Music "MEDUSA" kicks off the EP. In between Dyllan's sassy verses, Mitch Baby and SIGAAL throw jabs over frenetic, glitchy production. "U Wit' it" cools off the burn with Dyllan's ghoulish, breathy vocals. There's a glitchy beat that seamlessly spills into the next track, "Leeloo Multi-Pass," a glorious nod to the iconic sci-fi action film, The Fifth Element. "You know I got a show," Dyllan sings over a blippy, pulsating beat. It's the perfect adrenaline-inducing tune to raise the heart rate before slipping into the matrix-ethereal "Remain CALM." It's like dunking your head into a swirling vortex of white noise and lies. The track incorporates a haunting production, whispery, ominous vocals that delivers an eerie message to remain calm. Thing is, it's hard to remain CALM when someone's asking you to. I'm hyped. My favorite song off the EP is "BoP!" The robo-tronics production are a one-two punch, but the upper-cut is the slinky s**ual lyrics. BoP stands for body on point. Naturally, BoP! is a bop. At the end of it, Dyllan says "Omg that song is a mess but I love it." A swift, 90-second banger titled "Sorry 2 Leave U Like This" rounds out the EP. A bitter, petty, braggadocios goodbye is a dizzying, disorienting way to round out an action-packed release from the rising indie pop artist. Exhale, would love for you to check out Dyllan's new EP and leave your thoughts in the comments! What do you think of it? Surprised by any of the songs? Gravitate towards one in particular? Sound off!
  2. Hey Exhale, I hope you're in the mood to jam out to some dreamy, slinky, mid-tempo bops this weekend. Up-and-coming pop artist Jean-Paul (@jeanpaulxo on Instagram) released his debut, self-titled album, and I want to shine a light on it. Jean-Paul is part of BreatheHeavy's Creators roster, which highlights independent artists amidst the avalanche of mainstream music news. We also had a video interview together which you can watch here. Give the album a play first (my faves are "Volume" and "'Cause You"), then read our interview together below! I'd love to know what your thoughts are. If you're not a big fan of streaming music on YouTube, here's where you can hear the album on Spotify or Apple Music. Oh, and here's a shameless plug to JP's merch Your new music has a dreamy vibe. It's very cohesive-sounding! What do you want people to take away from it after listening? Thank you! Cheers to a new era… I definitely want people to feel, and understand the inspiration I had for each one of the songs on the album. Interestingly enough, for each song on the album I can verbally express what Inspired it, and how it connects to me as a person. I hope people listen to this album and are able to self reflect. I hope it makes people feel good too! Why did you decide to self-title it? Good question, my debut is to solidify myself, my name, and image within the music industry. I had such negative, and mixed comments on the EP Reflections - so I vowed to improve on my vocals, the production, and visuals with my team. ‘Jean-Paul’ serves as a prelude to my life, and character - really complex and always adapting… What do you want people to know about it in relation to you? Again, this album should boldly resonate with many - because it draws in all the inspiration I receive from those I venerate. People should know that this album is a product of what inspires me, and makes me feel good. The final product obviously is very experimental pop, with subtle head nods, and innuendos. What was the creative process like making this body of work? While songwriting, and collaborating with my team, I definitely was at a low point in my life… I typically self reflected a whole lot, and held on tight to any inspiration. I feel like it was a good thing - to enable the potency of the creativity. A lot of songs I admire was released in 2019. I also found a lot of inspiration from other bodies of work.. When I showed the inspiration to my producer, or engineer, they hadn’t heard of the artist or work - but were immediately inspired. So we were able to make that energy into some original unique sounds! Why should people listen to your music? This debut album serves to revolutionize pop music. A lot of my fans realize that pop music isn’t exactly what it use to be - organic, original, or thought-provoking. Unfortunately the creative process is gimmicky, and the replay value doesn’t stretch very far. People should listen to my music for a refreshing, and invigorating feel. The message behind the lyrics are pretty intriguing as well - if anyone actually dives into it! What are some of the personal experiences from your life that can be heard on the album? Throughout each song there are pieces of my life embedded within the lyrics…. For example… in “Remedy”, there is a line that says “Tell me if there’s any remedy in this room”…. My “Remedy” in life….. is music - whether I’m dealing with friendships or relationships… “Superficial Charm” taps into the exterior portion of my appearance, and feelings, “What you see is all within me”. “The moons and the stars”… I believe in the power beyond Earth - moon signs, & star signs, they might actually play a role in life. Even in “My Reality” (which turned out to be an amazing Neo Soul sounding song) - expresses my concerns with life itself. “My reality is not there… my reality is nowhere…” This sounds like an existential crisis, right? However - my experiences with pop culture and how it influences me is definitely shown on “Fame”. The uptempo beat drives dance, and movement, while my voice contrasts with long notes, “came to save the world of bigotry” - making sure people understand I am open minded in my craft and daily life. I know they're all your babies, but what song means the most to you? Why's that? I don’t think I could pick a favorite song - however, ‘Cause You (Austin Leeds Soirée Remix), means a lot to me right now. My engineer / producer Tyler & I wrote the song from our own inspiration. To see the song transformed into a club banger is amazing. I honestly think using more of this sound is what I plan to incorporate moving towards the next project….. What do you consider being successful in music means to you now? The power to inspire is what makes anyone successful in music. A true artist develops replay value. They are continuously changing appearances, personas, and ideals. A successful musician will own a well versed catalogue of music - even if the sound is all similar - it should paint a bigger picture & tell a larger story to their audience. Anything else you'd like to add that I didn't ask? I knew going into the debut I’d face a lot of adversities - but I’m glad I can say I’m going in fully confident that this body of work serves as inspiration for many. I’m so thankful I’ve been able to work with my team on improving vocals, production, mixing, everything. I’m not done yet, my team and I are still rolling out music videos, performances & other cool events to celebrate the debut. Thanks so much Breathe Heavy. --- Drop a line in the comments, Exhale!
  3. Hey Exhale fam. I had the great pleasure of speaking with rising singer Jean-Paul. BreatheHeavy often covers the pop superstars, but it's also important to shed a light on the independent artists. Listen to his debut album on Spotify or below: Jean-Paul spent the last several years working on his debut album. Weeks before it was scheduled to drop, the world flipped upside down. What's it like for an indie artist like Jean-Paul to release music amidst the pandemic? Does he worry about the uphill battle of breaking through the noise? Jean-Paul dives into that, the ups and downs of releasing their self-funded work, how to believe in yourself when life backs you into a corner and more. Check it out and let us know what you think of the interview. It would mean a lot. If you're interested in being featured in our ongoing Creators series, PM me.
  4. Dyllan White (@dyllanwhite) , one of BreatheHeavy's Creators, released a brooding music video for his new song, "Tunnel Vision." The visual is a gleaming, nightmarish rendering of one of Dyllan's harrowing immersive fantasies. He slithers in a neon-lit tub, basks in goo and is chained to the wall. Issa MOOD. "For me, this song is about chasing after someone who you know is wrong for you but also embracing it. Slightly obsessive," Dyllan said. He added during the editing stage of the video, the concept of it became clear. "The different stages of being obsessed with something or someone. You're submerged in it, you're bound to it, you're washing yourself of it, you're stagnant right in the middle of it... all different versions you go through when you're really going through it." He added: "We all get obsessed with someone at one point or another and we look back at it like "what was i thinking", this song is about embracing that moment you went through but knowing it was just that, a moment in time." Dyllan is currently living in NYC, the pandemic capital of the world. He opened up about challenges he faces being there whilst being an artist. "Everything that is going on is completely horrible, and being in NYC in the middle of it has really kept us home. We have to stay home for the safety of yourself and others, so creative people have all the time now and can really focus on it. I had time to edit the "Tunnel Vision" video... I have been writing and producing like crazy haha.. But also being able to give back a bit in the capacity that you can... I have another song coming out on Friday 'new york, u are my friend' that gives comfort to all us New Yorkers who are home and the New Yorkers who are still out there working hard for everyone. I wouldn't have ever created a song like this had it not been for the emotions I am going through, and if i'm going through it, i'm sure MANY others are. The video will consist of photos of people in their masks, zoom/houseparty meetings, people volunteering, essential workers, the 7pm clap, etc. I have been inside and wasn't as inspired. I tend to rely on experiences I have w others to create... feeling the city wide clap at 7pm for the essential workers; inspired me..." Dyllan continued: "So finding different forms of inspiration and being open to them is key." Thoughts on the video, Exhale? Drop a line in the comments.
  5. Hey Exhale fam, I recently had the opportunity to collaborate with a writer named Stephanie Guerilus (@It'sAllAboutControl). She penned a novel titled Control. It's inspired by the iconic Janet Jackson album title. She's giving back to pop fans by offering her book free of charge on Kindle via Amazon. You may have noticed the shiny Control banner at the top of Exhale. When you click it, you're taken to the Amazon page where you can give it a read at no cost to you. Here's a synopsis: If you would like to own a physical copy (like me ) there's an option to buy it as well. Why does this matter? It's a fun way to escape life's troubles right now and indulge in something good for your mind. The novel touches on important subjects like racial inequality, abuse, and female power. It's something we can do together. I'm currently reading it as well. Looks like Exhale has a book club now! Below is a chat Stephanie and I had about the book. Give it a read and then check her novel out. We'd also LOVE to hear your thoughts on this. I know how honest Exhale can be. Stephanie and I are responding to your guys' replies!
  6. Hey Exhale! I haven't had a chance to flex my interviewing skills in a minute since the world flipped upside down due to the Coronavirus, but I'm so grateful I got to jump back into one of my passions again. I had the fortunate opportunity to cross paths with a writer named Stephanie Guerilus. She published a book titled Control, inspired from the iconic Janet Jackson album. It's available on Amazon! Here's a synopsis below: Stephanie is also a huge Britney fan. She's been following BreatheHeavy for years, and had nothing but sweet and genuine things to say about B in our Skype interview together. We chat about what it's like being a writer and a creative person amidst a pandemic, her book Control, your pop faves like Britney, Janet and Mariah, and more. OH, and did I mention TODAY (March 31st) is Stephanie's birthday?! She got dressed up in a pretty gown for our interview to celebrate. I'd love for you to carve out 10 minutes of your day and enjoy this interview. Also, since we're all stuck at home for the foreseeable future, grab a copy of her book and indulge yourself! BTW, if you're interested in joining BreatheHeavy's Creators series, please email me at Jordan[@]breatheheavy.com.
  7. Up-and-coming pop musician Dyllan White, the first artist in BreatheHeavy’s Creators roster, threw a bunch of Britney Spears fan-favorites into a cauldron and brewed a mashup of epic and unique proportions. In our interview together (see below), Dyllan doubles down on the importance of self-confidence in your work, because let’s face it… sharing your art with the world is scary. “At the end of the day, I think with anything artistic, you have to be the first person to like it,” he said. “If you don’t like it, don’t release it. If you love it, and you feel confident about it then definitely do it.” He added: “I know when my music comes out, some people love and I’m sure there are some people that hate it, but at the end of the day I love it and I feel good about it. That’s all you can really ask for.” Watch our interview together here. What about Britney’s music inspires you? It’s fun, it’s free, it’s **** without trying. She really knows how to make a bop and get her fans to the dance floor. I want that with my music, people running to the dance floor saying “this is MY sooooong.” Why did you choose to mashup the particular songs that you did? They are all songs I think are great, and I wanted to mix some major hits with some hits that non die-hard Britney fans wouldn’t necessarily remember. The beat and the attitude is right up my alley… I felt I could really showcase my sound and style with this mashup / cover. Plus it flowed so well and I had a blast adding more while I was recording. So many songs to pick from so ultimately it was what made sense sonically, lyrically but what was fun for me to record. Plus! This V-Day 2020 is the 15 yr anniversary of “Do Somethin’” being released as a single, and I haven’t really heard this song covered, especially not in this way. What do you want people to take away from the track? My creativity. Personality. Fun. I feel my musical style is really showcased in this. I produce my music, so I also wanted to showcase how I do production (the layering, left right vocals, ad libs etc)… showcase how I deliver vocals and still showcase my writing style (even though I didn’t write the songs, but showing how I can mashup different songs lyrically). I have lots of personality in my songs, so I wanted to make sure you walked away knowing that. I wanted to keep the vibe of her song, but put my twist. I love the energy and didn’t want to lose it. What do you think most Britney fans have in common? Free spirited. People who want to have fun. Likes to go out. Loves a bop, loves to dance and let loose. Letting your inner pop star out and feeling good. Reeeeally good. Thoughts on Dyllan’s mashup? Let us know what you think in the comments.
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