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Teresa "SpaceGirl" Hart joins forces with Rock Solid Talent Entertainment
Canadian singer/songwriter/musician/producer Teresa "SpaceGirl" Hart lands record deal with British record label Rock Solid Talent Entertainment.
SpaceGirl is here to show you a glimpse of the future. The album Virtual Reality was created from a dream Teresa Hart had. It laid out the foundation for the music, which is a hypnotic blend of pop and rock. Close your eyes and let your mind go free as you take a trip into the psychedelic imagination of SpaceGirl.
The SpaceGirl album could not have happened without the hard work and dedication of the other three founding members.
Alex Sandor Szigeti (Seany) was responsible for pounding out the hypnotic tribal drumbeats which were the backbone of the sound. They were held together by Brandon Ong (Razor), who laid down thick, crunchy, rhythmic bass parts, with precise definition.
Laying a beautiful bed underneath on the keys was Takeshi Sashaki (Arky).
Many rehearsals and many gigs brought the sound together.
One of the songs "Too Close To The Earth" is in an upcoming film from BME out of Hollywood California. The new production getting ready for release is called Toxic.
This is exciting news as their last movie Nano has over 10 million views on YouTube and has played festivals all over the world. https://www.bme-
There is more fantastic news as SpaceGirl has just signed with the record label Rock Solid Talent Entertainment while she has been in the U.K. She is currently preparing the first album release and single. They will drop in November 2019!
Teresa is a prolific singer/songwriter/
Lenny Stoute critic for Cashbox Canada Magazine described her voice and songs as "seductive, sensual and sultry".
She also tours and performs many shows a year that are visually exciting, energetic and also critically acclaimed.
"Anyone who wants to know what kind of guitar playing once moved certain anonymous individuals to spray-paint the words 'Clapton is God' on the walls of London subways in the 1960's should hear the unsurpassable Teresa Hart. That is the otherworldly feel you can get from seeing such adeptness in action".
Jason Daniel Baker Torontomusicscene.ca
Manager- Phil Taylor
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