George St Clair grew up on the high plains of Texas, where he formed a strong bond with the vastness of the great American West. His songs conjure up images of dry deserts and rolling grasslands, and the mountains of West Texas. Although he has lived in the UK for the past few years, George’s heart still lays in the land of his birth, and reflections on this are evident in his new album, ‘Ballads Of Captivity And Freedom’.
Electronic music has over the past few years moved from being an underground niche moved to having a culture and universe of its very own. Growing up in Villahermosa, Mexico, Rossemberg Maza moved to Lancaster, Lancashire, England, to attend university. Living in Europe allowed Rossemberg to immerse himself in the world of EDM, but deep down – “Villahermosa still represents safety and creativity.”
Joe King Carrasco is known as the King of Tex-Mex Rock and Roll, and with his blend of pop rock and Latin sounds, he’s built up a considerable name for himself and released more than 23 albums. Recently Joe returned to the studio and recorded ‘Chiliando’, a Tex-Mex roots rock and blues album, which was produced by the Grammy nominated Rick Del Castillo.