Oct 16, 2014
A commercial I did the music for, recently launched by Ruby Clothing Co. in New Zealand. Its always summer somewhere!
And look, she even sticks jewels on her face, just like me! ;-)
Sep 3, 2014
I've been asked to give a TED talk on music this coming December. Stay tuned!
Jun 16, 2014
Caught on the red carpet before the premiere... "Night Has Settled" features 3 of my songs, "Canta", "La Escultura", and "Madreselva. As the story is about a latino-american boy coming of age, they used some of my Spanish language songs.
A film by Black Note Films and Offhollywood Pictures, written and directed by Steve Clark. Tells the story of a boy coming of age in the 1980s of New York City.
Apr 7, 2013
I Madonnari is a Netherlands based film project about incredible street painting artists, and I am honored to be a part of it!
I am so pleased to announce my song "Touch" will be featured in this Italian made film, currently premiering all throughout Italy and the EU.
I am pleased to announce my song "Dreamgirls" wil be featured in this upcoming film, and it looks like it's going to be a beautiful one!
I was commissioned to cover this song for the lovely folks at "Sturm der Liebe" for this scene of their show. Enjoy!
Oct 12, 2012
Maya Solovey - Forte
Reviewed by: hiddentrack (09/10/12)
|Maya Solovey - Forte
Record Label: Womb Room Music
Release Date: June 19, 2012
Produced by two-time Grammy award winner Bob Brockmann, an EP from singer/songwriter Maya Solovey of Brooklyn, NY
How is it?
A fresh face in the New York indie scene, Maya Solovey releases an EP filled with soft, soothing vocals and haunting melodies that blend with lush instrumentation to create a well-crafted set of songs. What Solovey does well is mix multiple genres into any given song, leaving the listener feeling refreshed as you pick up new elements with every listen. With a fun drum beat that includes hand claps, the track "Ring Ring Ring" sounds like it would be the perfect fit for an Apple commercial.
The high point of the record is the track "Bigger Man", a song that really accentuates Solovey's vocal and songwriting abilities with a soft piano intro that leads into a chorus with full, warm strings. The song also delivers one of the most powerful and clever lines of the EP when Solovey softly sings, "It takes a bigger man to stand by his woman when her heels have grown taller than his boots." It's an intimate moment on the record where you can feel Solovey's pain for her lover, willing to give up it all to keep him to stay. With the release of Forte, Maya Solovey proves that she has what it takes to be an "it girl" in the talented New York singer/songwriter scene.