New York City indie pop artist, Eric Frisch, is a singer/songwriter who’s music has elements of 50’s and 60’s pop music with a more modern sound heard throughout his latest album, The Light Ahead.
“I wrote the album over a year, and I recorded it and produced it myself. I used two microphones to record the entire album! A Shure-SM57 and a little condenser mic, and I think the sound is pretty great. I recorded a lot of it in my rehearsal space in New York City, which is why you’ll hear sirens at the beginning of “In the Morning Light,” they just simply passed by as I was recording it and I really liked it so I kept it in there,” said Eric about one of his many songs off his album.
His influences range from the Beatles and the Beach Boys to Sam Cooke and the Four Tops to Bob Dylan and Jackie Wilson. This New Yorker is originally from Toronto, but since living in the city for two years Eric has been lucky enough to perform at popular venues such as Rockwood Music Hall, the Bowery Electric, the Living Room, and the Studio at Webster Hall.
If you love artists like The Beatles, the Beach Boys, and/or Two Door Cinema Club, you may love Eric Frisch!
Check out the video for “The Light Ahead” below:
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