Why hello there! My name is Andrea Netherwood and I've been creating songs since childhood. As a child, I wondered why so many artists created songs that all sounded very similar to one another. I daydreamed that if I ever recorded music my music wouldn't sound like one long song, instead each song would be distinct from the next. Through the years, I've played in several bands and as it goes, some had falling outs~ The Xenophiles, Super Geek League, Height Weight Proportionate (a duo project with Erika Wolfe from Drive It Like You Stole It).
I'm a fan of Lene Lovich, B52s, Wall of Voodoo, Eve Libertine from Crass, Tears for Fears, and Fad Gadget~~to name a few. I can find something that I like from every genre and my musical tastes span the globe and through the centuries. Currently my favorite period for music is from 1976-1985; I'm also really fond of folk music from the 1960's and 1970's, particularly Judy Collins and Carole King. Since much of the music I like was either when I was a wee one or predates my existence, growing up, one of my brother's, Ash, and I used to fantasize about what it must have been like to be a teenager during that time because it was a time when many great musical innovations were occurring. Punk, industrial, experimental art rock, hip hop, electronic music, new wave, no wave...all of these genres were very raw and major labels were still taking chances on new sounds, controversial messages, and experimentation.
In addition to music, I enjoy doing/creating short films, videos, glass art, visual art, photography, dancing, social experiments (for fun where no one gets hurt), and performance art.
Below are 2 links to the DIY video, "If You Ever":
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=57YUJIJ1Sfg and http://vimeo.com/38858786
Thank you so very much for your interest and for supporting independent artists~~Andrea Netherwood from Found Sound