MYA Project Releases First EP “Frequency Distortion” on the Aspenbeat label
‘Electronic Rock with a Master at the Soundboard’
October 1, 2014 — Not many artists understand the importance of the roles of both performer and sound engineer in a recording. The greatest artist can sound like crap if the sound engineer hasn’t done their job, and sound engineers can make an artist with a mediocre tune sound like magic. And ‘magic’ is exactly what you’ll hear when you listen to this first release by MYA Project, ‘Frequency Distortion’. It’s electronic pop with breadth and beauty in the tradition of Nine Inch Nails, Massive Attack, Depeche Mode, and The Verve, all of whom MYA Project’s founding member and sound engineer, Dalilah Bianco, has worked with, either as a musician or as sound engineer. The songs are original creative masterpieces of music and engineering all at the same time. They take advantage of Dalilah’s classical training in violin and composition, but also her Ph.D degree in Sound Engineering. The combination creates a mesmerizing sound that is crisp, clean and full of dynamics you might hear on vinyl but you won’t hear on most tunes released digitally. The EP was mastered at MYA Recording Studio in Los Angeles.
Dalilah began her music education as a performer and musician in Berlin when she was just six years old. She found herself continuing her education in Naples (Italy) and then London, where she worked as a studio Sound Engineer at Abbey Road with Coldplay, The Verve and Radiohead.
Dalilah and MYA Project have performed at the Whiskey, Roxy and Zoe Club and are currently performing in the Los Angeles area.