Southern Methodist University's Belle Tones are a fierce, fiery, feminist group from Texas, and I'm thrilled to have gotten to capture that with them on their latest album, BT. Check it out! Arranged/performed by The Belle Tones, recorded/edited/mixed by Bri Holland, mastered by Vocal Mastering.
BT: Loudr | iTunes | Spotify
The Belle Tones: website | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube
Shubha Vedula won runner-up for Best Mixed Collegiate Solo on Voices in Your Head's "Show Me How You Burlesque" (recorded/edited by Bri Holland, mixed by Ed Boyer, mastered by Bill Hare).
Ahon Sarkar won runner-up for Best Male Collegiate Arrangement for Run for Cover (feat. Kari Wei)'s "Gold" (recorded/edited by Bri Holland, mixed by James Gammon, mastered by Vocal Mastering). "Gold" was also nominated for Best Electronic/Experimental Song.
Katie Moore won runner-up for Best High School Solo for Eleventh Hour's "House of the Rising Sun," and their album Kettering A Cappella (recorded by Bri Holland, edited/mixed by The Vocal Company) was nominated for Best High School Album. Look out for that release in the next few months!
And finally, The Tritones' "Pumped Up Kicks" (edited by Bri Holland, mixed by The Vocal Company) was nominated for Best Mixed Collegiate Arrangement and Best Mixed Collegiate Song.
Congrats to everyone involved, and another thanks to the Contemporary A Cappella Society for their hard work and recognition!
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