Updated: Mar 3

ATWOOD MAGAZINE features"The Story of Zander Schloss' Life" which explores the artist's history, and the new single, and video, from his debut album "SONG ABOUT SONGS." "I Have Loved the Story of My Life" is the fourth single to drop from the album available for vinyl pre-order now on Blind Owl Records. Look out for the official release of "SONG ABOUT SONGS" with accompanying video for the track "Dead Friend Letter" premiering at Under the Radar on March 4th.

 

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“I Have Loved The Story of My Life” knits the core memories, the stepping stones, of Schloss’s career together in one, with a sound reminiscent of his earliest inspirations and with visuals that capture deeply meaningful moments."


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Zander Schloss "I Have Loved the Story of My Life" (Official Music Video)


Zander Schloss "Song About Songs" (Official Music Video)


Updated: Mar 2

ATWOOD MAGAZINE features "The Story of Zander Schloss' Life" waxing on the new album, interview, single, and video, from his upcoming debut album "Song About Songs". "I HAVE LOVED THE STORY OF MY LIFE" is the fourth single to drop from the upcoming album available for vinyl pre-order now on Blind Owl Records. Look out for the albums official release on March 4th, with accompanying video for song "Dead Friend Letter" premiering at Under the Radar. License the entire album from Harry Warren Entertainment and Red Queen Music today.




Updated: Feb 17

Guillermo Del Toro is no stranger to period pictures, from the shape of water to Pan's Labyrinth he's well know for his ability to faithfully capture the magic of a bygone era through lush visuals, costumes and period accurate music. Nightmare Alley is another example of how captivating a story can be when all of these elements are working together. Along with the brilliant score composed by Nathan Johnson the film makes use of a number of period classics to include "This Years Kisses" , "Where Was I" , " Little Brown Jug " and Chatanooga Choo Choo as it was performed in the the 1940's movie "Sun Valley Serenade" by Glenn Miller and his Orchestra with Tex Beneke, Paula Kelly, and the Modernaires. The music of Harry Warren seems to live on forever in hit after hit of his timeless classics continue to light up the screen through the magic of hollywoods great directors.