Angela Munoz, a 18-year-old Los Angeles native, debuts her hypnotic voice with her new album released on Linear Labs. This prolific artist is a prodigy, writing and singing music beyond her tender years. Her captivating voice carries strength and prowess, cultivated by a myriad of first-hand experiences and training in the art of sound. At the age of 5, she discovered her distinctive voice and was considered an "Old Soul." Her inspiration came from her musical home, whereby her parents shared old music videos on VHS. Munoz recalls "Welcome to The Jungle, " by Guns N Roses, as the catalyst that sparked her desire to become a star. She began to play instruments such as guitar and piano. With practice, Munoz began to dominate singing competitions, leaving unexpected audiences in a trance. Throughout the years, she trained herself by attending a performing arts middle school and high school in the heart of Los Angeles. There, she became obsessed with collecting new and old vinyl. Many of the artists were introduced to her by her older brother (writing partner) Brandon Munoz. As an avid music collector, artists such as Nirvana, Donny Hathaway, Erykah Badu, A Tribe Called Quest and Cortex began to make an imprint on her sound. A few years ago, her brother introduced her to Something About April, a record produced by Adrian Younge. The quality of the music left her intrigued. She thought it would be interesting to create a project that encompassed various perspectives, as Younge provides with his analog recordings. Shortly thereafter, she serendipitously found herself working with "The Midnight Hour, " a group comprised of Younge and Ali Shaheed Muhammad (formally of A Tribe Called Quest). In 2018, they debuted her song "Bitches do Voodoo, " on their eponymously titled album The Midnight Hour; they also took Angela on tour, featuring her on NPR's Tiny Desk.
Angela Munoz, a 18-year-old Los Angeles native, debuts her hypnotic voice with her new album released on Linear Labs. This prolific artist is a prodigy, writing and singing music beyond her tender years. Her captivating voice carries strength and prowess, cultivated by a myriad of first-hand experiences and training in the art of sound. At the age of 5, she discovered her distinctive voice and was considered an "Old Soul." Her inspiration came from her musical home, whereby her parents shared old music videos on VHS. Munoz recalls "Welcome to The Jungle, " by Guns N Roses, as the catalyst that sparked her desire to become a star. She began to play instruments such as guitar and piano. With practice, Munoz began to dominate singing competitions, leaving unexpected audiences in a trance. Throughout the years, she trained herself by attending a performing arts middle school and high school in the heart of Los Angeles. There, she became obsessed with collecting new and old vinyl. Many of the artists were introduced to her by her older brother (writing partner) Brandon Munoz. As an avid music collector, artists such as Nirvana, Donny Hathaway, Erykah Badu, A Tribe Called Quest and Cortex began to make an imprint on her sound. A few years ago, her brother introduced her to Something About April, a record produced by Adrian Younge. The quality of the music left her intrigued. She thought it would be interesting to create a project that encompassed various perspectives, as Younge provides with his analog recordings. Shortly thereafter, she serendipitously found herself working with "The Midnight Hour, " a group comprised of Younge and Ali Shaheed Muhammad (formally of A Tribe Called Quest). In 2018, they debuted her song "Bitches do Voodoo, " on their eponymously titled album The Midnight Hour; they also took Angela on tour, featuring her on NPR's Tiny Desk.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: LINEAR LABS
Rel. Date: 12/11/2020
UPC: 686162826254

Run This Town / O.S.T.
Artist: Adrian Younge / Ali Shaheed Muhammad
Format: Vinyl
New: Available 26.98
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DISC: 1

1. Debate
2. Intro Theme
3. Laundry Alternate
4. Laundry
5. Speech
6. Transition
7. Graduation
8. Driving
9. Termination
10. Wake Up
11. Any Information
12. Rob's Not Here
13. The Meeting
14. Buy the Tape
15. Discovery
16. Happy Birthday
17. House
18. File Corrupted
19. Got the Tape
20. End Theme, Pt. 2
21. End Theme
22. Any Information
23. Alternate

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Angela Munoz, a 18-year-old Los Angeles native, debuts her hypnotic voice with her new album released on Linear Labs. This prolific artist is a prodigy, writing and singing music beyond her tender years. Her captivating voice carries strength and prowess, cultivated by a myriad of first-hand experiences and training in the art of sound. At the age of 5, she discovered her distinctive voice and was considered an "Old Soul." Her inspiration came from her musical home, whereby her parents shared old music videos on VHS. Munoz recalls "Welcome to The Jungle, " by Guns N Roses, as the catalyst that sparked her desire to become a star. She began to play instruments such as guitar and piano. With practice, Munoz began to dominate singing competitions, leaving unexpected audiences in a trance. Throughout the years, she trained herself by attending a performing arts middle school and high school in the heart of Los Angeles. There, she became obsessed with collecting new and old vinyl. Many of the artists were introduced to her by her older brother (writing partner) Brandon Munoz. As an avid music collector, artists such as Nirvana, Donny Hathaway, Erykah Badu, A Tribe Called Quest and Cortex began to make an imprint on her sound. A few years ago, her brother introduced her to Something About April, a record produced by Adrian Younge. The quality of the music left her intrigued. She thought it would be interesting to create a project that encompassed various perspectives, as Younge provides with his analog recordings. Shortly thereafter, she serendipitously found herself working with "The Midnight Hour, " a group comprised of Younge and Ali Shaheed Muhammad (formally of A Tribe Called Quest). In 2018, they debuted her song "Bitches do Voodoo, " on their eponymously titled album The Midnight Hour; they also took Angela on tour, featuring her on NPR's Tiny Desk.