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Musicians: Kate Orange – singer/songwriter
Randy Manniesing and Felix Bryun – guitar
Jurriaan de Kok – bass
Fabrice Lf Jacob – keys
Magdalena Dzambo – backing vocal.
Javier Figueira – drums
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Linkin Park and fashion designer/artist Blaine Halvorson of MadeWorn, have come together to collaborate on a special project to benefit Music for Relief – the non-profit charity organization Linkin Park founded in 2005 to aid survivors of natural disasters and environmental conservation around the world.
Using the iconic soldier from the album art of Linkin Park’s multi-platinum debut, Hybrid Theory as their starting point, the band members and Halvorson created an original design that reflected both MadeWorn’s renowned hand-detailing and the band’s own personal narrative.
The result is an exclusive apparel collection available only for a limited time with $10 from each white t-shirt and white hoodie, and $100 from every black t-shirt going to Music for Relief.
The collection is available now for a limited time at http://lprk.co/MadeWorn
While some artists view their careers with a sort of “If you build it, they will come” mentality, pop singer-songwriter Shelita Burke definitely doesn’t. As a data scientist and cryptologist, she has a very deliberate, almost scientific approach to reaching fans. And she likens releasing and promoting her music to running a small business.
When she was younger, Burke said she saw the opportunity that the Internet could eventually provide to independent artists. “At an early age I knew, I need to learn how this world works and how to build things,” she says. She started programming when she was eight, and after graduating from the Northwest College of Art & Design, she went on to become a senior data engineer at Microsoft while playing shows at night. She left a couple years ago to pursue music full time.