This vocalist and songwriter uses the keyboard and guitar as writing tools. She says, "I dream large and in vivid color! I listen to all types of music and pull a little from each genre...I like whatever makes me feel something..."
Blue Steel (1995-1996)
Craven Moore (1996-1997)
Still Life on Mars (1996-1999)
Linda Moore (2000-present)
I've been collaborating alot lately and I've posted one of the songs I co-wrote with Nate Oravitz. Check it out I think you'll like it.
I have CDs ranging from Fiona Apple, Rammstein, the Pixies, Garbage and Prodigy to Coal Chamber, Lords of Acid, KMFDM, Outkast, Jill Scott, the Beatles, Sam Phillips and people you've probably never heard of from other countries. My music is an eclectic mix, but it's definitely not metal if that's what you're looking for. I've done metal before but my most recent stuff isn't like that. I'd be into doing a weird hybrid of metal, pop and hip hop. It was therapeutic to scream.
When I was in an industrial band we used a DR7. Now I just use an old Yamaha keyboard and play with everything in Acid Pro and Soundforge. There are Uilean Pipes (Irish bagpipes) on my song 'Hard Candy', which were played by Charlie Rafferty. You can only hear that on my tripod site though: http://lamooremuse.tripod.com/themooreyoudream.
Come check me out. I'm also on www.myspace.com/lindamoore