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NAMO : COLLABORATIVE LP

Asher Peterson is bringing together a team of 10 artists to make a 10-track collaborative album under the name NAMO. The music will be written and produced by Asher, and the 10 artists will collaborate on lyrics and each be featured on a track. They released their debut EP ("Rain") this past spring featuring 4 artists as an experiment. After growing and learning through that process, Asher has now decided to add more collaborators and take the next step to record a full-length studio record.


CHIT CHAT WITH TALK NERDY TO US:

"Nashville singer-songwriter Lindsay Latimer might be soft-spoken in one-on-one conversations, but from the moment she takes the microphone and opens her mouth to sing she is nothing but a powerhouse to be reckoned with."

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...we could not be more excited for what’s to come from this incredible songstress.
— Huffington post
It is hard to explain Lindsay’s sound, since she truly is original and has such a captivating voice... There is something incredible about genuine, raw talent and an artist who wears their heart on their sleeve.
— Savvage Media
The message is strong. The music is sure to find its way into the pleasure centers of your brain. And did we mention that this woman can sing!?!
— Go see live music
Teenage Lullaby is a great slice of pop that highlights Latimer’s gorgeous vocal and brilliant way with melodies... The writing is genuine and that genuineness shines throughout this record – Latimer proves herself here.
— THINKING LYRICALLY
The singer/songwriter cites her creative parents and the encouragement of her voice instructor for giving her the push to pursue music and now, she’s giving that same positivity and hope back to her listeners...
— the prelude press
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"I Don’t Just Make Music

for the Personal Satisfaction"

Creating music that feels very true to yourself is a satisfying feeling. No doubt. At the same time, I don’t just make music for the personal satisfaction, but in hopes of turning the light on for someone and spreading love and hope. Two songs off that EP really peeled off the mask and addressed insecurity and comparison and peer pressure for young girls. Since its release last fall, I’ve had girls reach out and message me about how “Prom Queens” or “Weekend Stories” spoke to them and made them feel noticed in their current pain and depression. I really love hearing that because that’s why I wrote them, to remind people that they’re never alone and to hopefully lead them to reach out to someone and open up with their struggles. Something I wish I did more of back in school.
— interview with THE PRELUDE PRESS (DENVER)


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U.K. Music blog,

music, musings, and such

talks with lindsay on her new release

"I always love musicians who can project their personality and spirit onto the page."

 

SUBSTREAM MAGAZINe: july 30, 2018

TAKE 5: SONGS YOU SHOULD KNOW 2018


catch "prom queens" IN STARBUCKS STORES WORLDWIDE

"While 'Prom Queens' mostly sounds like an electropop dream, the artist’s lifting vocals dance across subtle jazz and rock influences... It’s all quite the earworm and one that comes with an empowering message as well."

-PopMatters


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She’ll be taking over your airwaves – just watch.
— RAW FEMME

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