My Name Is Bear: Nahko Talks To Us Ahead Of His New Album

Singer songwriter Nahko is best known as the frontman of the world music collective, Medicine For The People. He started playing piano at the age of 6, and his songwriting moved to a more grassroots style in about 2012, when he travelled around the US with his van and his dog. Nahko’s album, ‘My Name Is Bear’, is in essence a prequel to his work with Medicine For The People, with songs written primarily between the ages of 18 and 21 (with a few more recent than that).
Lisa caught up with Nahko while he was visiting London to promote his new album.

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Emily Zuzik Doesn’t Want To Be ‘Alone’

Emily Zuzik has had a varied musical career, including projects such as San Francisco act, Sexfresh, Burning Man’s Funkmobile, and more. She’s also found her work placed in many film and TV spots, like the film, ‘Free The Nipple’, featured at Sundance Select, and TV shows ‘Smallville’, ‘Catfish’, and ‘Love Bites’, on NBC, for which she sang the theme song. Emily has the additional accolade of having worked with Moby on his album, ‘Destroyed’, on which she co-wrote and sang on the song, ‘The Low Hum’. Now she has released her latest track, ‘Alone’, from her new album, ‘ANGELNOS’.

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