Recorded at San Francisco’s Hyde Street Studios, Vinyl Spectrum’s ‘Elevator Music’ takes you on a journey through time and space from the perspective of entering into the lead singer’s mind. The album features Bay Area rising star Madeline Kenney on the track “Me Again” and actor Henry Ian Cusick (LOST, Big Sky) as our guide throughout.
About Vinyl Spectrum: After moving from Philadelphia to San Francisco, Frankie Fusco created a unique blend of sounds to become what is now Vinyl Spectrum. Vinyl Spectrum, is a band that has grown to be nationally recognized and featured on not only top networks such as NBC, Netflix, and Esquire, but also a number of commercials and feature films.
The band has taken their diverse sound and shared it with the country, traveling and touring throughout the West Coast and making numerous festival appearances back East. The apparent influence of Avant-garde styles on Vinyl Spectrum makes for an out of the box and genre bending sound that can capture the ear of any audience.
Their forthcoming album entitled, ‘Elevator Music,’ is slated to release fall of 2022 and its theme is about being stuck in one’s own mind, looking back on memories and events both good and bad. The album features the voice of Henry Ian Cusik (LOST, Big Sky) who is our guide through checking-in to the metaphorical hotel, which becomes the world of the album. Bay Area singer/songwriter, Madeline Kenney, lends her voice on the single off the album, “Me Again” which touches on the missed communications we have throughout life.