Artist Management & Consulting
ENOBO Artist Management & Consulting
Our mission is to nurture and advance the career of young and ambitious artists. We help identify an artist’s individual approach, develop a promising strategy, and assist in the journey to a fulfilling and successful career in music.
Aside from long-term management relationships, we also provide project-based music biz coaching and consulting ranging from establishing what is needed momentarily over preparing an EPK and strategizing a song/album release cycle, to achieving individual goals while staying sane and happy.
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When you record an album in your bedroom, the resulting music will inevitably reflect the intimacy of that space. And so it is with the songs that make up GIRL SKIN’s debut album, Shade is on the other side – 11 tracks of thoughtful folk-rock that is just as much a throwback as it is a forward-thinking body of work.
Written and recorded by singer-songwriter and frontman Sid Simons – along with contributions from his bandmates Wyatt Mones, Stanley Simons, Ruby Wang, Sophie Cozine, and Noah Boling – at his Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn home, Shade is on the other side is inspired by Simons’ unorthodox life journey which has taken him from Portland, Australia, New York and to Shanghai, as well as through a rambling, two-month road trip he took around North America instead of finishing high school.
Combining fragile folk and delicate art-rock to create ethereal chamber-pop songs that fearlessly revel in Simons’ most private thoughts, the album, musically, exists somewhere between monumental British statements such as All Things Must Pass and The Man Who, where quiet and tender folk meets dramatic guitar-pop. From the yearning of “Forever & Always,” the album’s lead single which is a supple ode to love that features Simons’ timeless voice front-and-center, and gentle strumming of the hazy “Bite Real Hard” to the expansive grandeur of “She Said,” Shade is on the other side is an elegant mosaic of musical touchstones presented by a young and talented band who are openly coming into their own.
“I wanted these songs to give listeners a layered experience,” Simons says of the album as a whole. “There’s the first intuitive reaction which I wanted to be joyful and optimistic. But then, as they listened further, other emotions would come to the fore: Darker, more complex emotions that give the songs breadth and depth. And I’m excited by the different interpretations people are having to the same song, some feeling the darker shades, others feeling the lighter ones.”
Check out their latest release, the Sam Centore directed video “You’re A Freak”:
Photo credit: Alexander Thompson