On Christmas Eve 2011, Lindsay was at church singing along with the Christmas Choir from her aisle. It just so happened that Adam from technotrek was sitting in the aisle right in front of her. After mass Adam turned around, shook Lindsay's hand, and asked her if she would be interested in recording dance music. They have joined up and released their single and music video called "Feels Like Love".
technotrek feat Lindsay Morrison, "Feels Like Love":
Top 10 Charting Electro House single as reported by Masspool DJ association on 8-18-2012, Extended Mix at #8, Radio Mix #9, Instrumental Mix #10
Adam & Craig of technotrek, first started out on the rock band scene and were mentored by Freddy Starr a saxophone great and music producer from Metropolis Records and Columbia Records . They formed a band, played out in clubs in NYC and NJ and eventually got signed to a publishing deal with Warner Chappell Music / Warner Bros. affiliate DSM Producers. They then started creating techno, called themselves "technotrek", and uploaded tracks to mp3.com which was a really hot site at the time. One of technotrek's tracks "Technical Warfare" went as high as #2 on the Rave/Old Skool charts and we were getting about 2000-3000 plays a day and 300+ downloads a day according to an independent website that tracked hits and downloads for mp3.com. Every track they were producing seemed to hit the top 10 on mp3.com. Their taste starting gravitating towards trance / european trance / and vocal trance. They hooked up with friend and songwriter Todd Bird, who was working on a project with Larry Dvoskin (Grammy song writer for the Beach Boys, Liz Phair, etc..) and Kim Sozzi. They brought technotrek on board for the project to produce the dance mix in 2005. This is what opened the door technotrek doing commercial radio dance tracks. In 2006, they hooked up with the artist Eva (aka Eva Soul / Eva Solas) (of Tito Puente Jr., Roger M, Dennis Ciallela and Tiesto's club life show) and Grammy nominated remixers Klubjumpers. technotrek released the hit songs featuring Eva, "that Thing I Do" and "Intangible Dream", of which both tracks were featured on daytime soap All My Children, 2 independent films, commercials, and received worldwide airplay on Sirius satellite stations The Beat and Area, commercial radio, college radio, and high school radio stations. technotrek produced hit dance anthems featuring Grammy nominated artist Gia 7 in 2009 called Miss Understood and Believe, and trance track My Heavens Oceans Mountains and Sky. These tracks found their way on lots of radio stations, mixshows, and the club charts and DJ Times charts as well. technotrek also made it as high as #14 on the Latin Dance Charts for the track Tu Eres Mi Vida feat Gia 7.
In 2011, and 2012 technotrek once again worked with Eva and released two dance tracks during that period of time, "If You Want It All" and "Fallin". These tracks were mainstays on Club Charts and the Dance Radio Network charts (airplay on HD FM syndicated commercial radio stations in the US). Also in 2012, technotrek signed an exclusive publishing deal for "Mariposa Project" which includes an 11 song collection of dubstep, trance, and dance instrumentals for major network cable television shows.
About Lindsay Morrison:
Newly discovered vocal talent. Fashion model. All ready for the success that lies ahead!
Lindsay has been singing in front of crowds since she was 13 years old. Born and raised in Staten Island, New York, Lindsay moved to New Jersey and started her theatrical career at a young age. Lindsay auditioned for her first musical in the seventh grade, and hasn’t been able to let the thrill of performing go since. "When you are young you have no fear or concept of judgment, only a love for doing the things that make you feel great."
Lindsay carried on her performance career all through high school, singing and acting in every club or show her high school, Matawan Regional, had to offer. "I loved performing so much that when I realized I could minor in it in college, I quickly found myself enrolled in classes again." At Montclair State University in Montclair, New Jersey, Lindsay found a way to bring music and theater back into her studies.
"Life has pulled me in many directions over the years, but somehow music, performing, and modeling have always found their way into my life, and I am blessed to be able to say that. Releasing my first recording has been a dream I have held onto for a long time, and when this opportunity came knocking the way that it did, I simply couldn't see it as anything other than a gift from God."
"I know many people will be able to relate to my lyrics in "Feels Like Love", and I hope they enjoy the beat too!"