Ariah& from New York has an enchanting voice that you cannot miss! Check out Gold Bottle now! https://t.co/VW00dLJwPR
— IndieU (@indieumusic) September 28, 2016
Wolf in a Suit
Get Money Music
Akademia Music Awards
Turnstyle Music Group
Photo by Alex Norelli
Photo by Maria Uminski (mariauminski.com)
Guitar/Vox/Music/Lyrics by Ariah
Drums by Jordan Brooks
Trumpet by Andrew Neesley (listentothemainline.com)
Bass and Production by Mike Hurst
Production and Sound Editing by Harrison Adams (soundcloud.com/chairmanforyou)
Video shot and edited by Maria Uminski.
Carey Clayton is a sought after guitarist, composer, and producer in New York City.(http://www.careyclayton.com/) Growing up in LA, Carey was initially drawn to the guitar hearing the music of Jimi Hendrix. Expanding upon his foundation of Rock and Blues, Carey went on to complete the Studio Music & Jazz program at the University of Miami.
Upon moving to NYC, Carey found himself playing in a wide variety of groups ranging from Rock and Jazz, to R&B and Gospel. Carey was part of the jazz/rock trio Carbon Mirage 2014-2016 in which he helped write, produce, an and perform three albums; Carbon Mirage, and The Peak, and Cloud Hatch. In 2014, he also wrote and produced an album with the ambient folk duo Cosmos & Cyrillus, and a solo record entitled Oak. In 2015, Carey produced the R&B artist Stephanie Rivers album Time Tells A Lie, and released a three-part ambient series entitled Invisible Film. Carey has produced music for numerous artists including, Mary Akpa, Emily Thomas, Kwame Darko, Ian Abel, Stephanie Rivers, A is for Atom, Teena May, and many others. Carey currently tours with synth pop band Great Good Fine Ok, and folk/rock/world outfit David Wax Museum. Carey continues to be an active freelance live and session guitarist. Carey also produces music under the name AFTERLYTE. (https://soundcloud.com/afterlyte)
Ariah and Carey met at the Converse Rubber Tracks Studio, as they were thrown together to provide improvised samples to the Converse Rubber Tracks Library, along with “Lewis” (https://soundcloud.com/itslewislane) for the “Ethereal Guitar and Vocals” section (https://www.conversesamplelibrary.com/pack/ethereal-guitar-and-vocals)
Ariah was an immediate fan of Carey’s “Ethereal Guitar” and the two decided they would try to embark in projects together in the future.
This song was decided upon because Billy Joel is a songwriting genius, and it is dedicated to all the 20-somethings who are hustling, and trying to figure out what it means to be an adult.
Check out this interview I did with Turnstyle Music Group. They asked questions, and I gave answers!