Bridge The Atlantic


007 - Natalie Angiuli: Synth Pop, EDM, Quincy Jones and Forking Feet

We were joined by LA based singer/songwriter Natalie Angiuli to talk about the new synth pop direction she is taking with her music, her EDM collaborations and an interesting dinner with Quincy Jones.   Highlights: - Pizza in New York is better than pizza in LA - Natalie decided to move to LA when she was 5, and finally moved there when she turned 18 - Ross and Natalie talk about Hotel Cafe (even though Ross has never been there) - We learn that Natalie is a classically trained musician, and that violin is really hard to play - “Anyone can write a song, but not everyone can write a good song” - Natalie tells us how she locked her keys in her car, and how that led to her music being featured in TV shows - This interview is completely aware of itself - We talk about Natalie’s new material and the synth pop direction she’s moving in - Marcio and Natalie talk about the process of finding your own sound - We talk about Natalie’s EDM collaborations and how “Step Into Your Light” got over 200,000...