Lexi Weege slips between sultry ballads and upbeat love songs with ease.
ADVISORY: Explicit language.
We spoke with Lexi Weege, the jazz songstress who recently released her second album, “Sweet Moon.” The album was all recorded live and on tape and released digitally and on vinyl on September 13th following a release party at the Parlor Room at Signature Sounds with The True Believers.
Like Lexi’s music, our conversation is raw, inspired, and unfiltered. Some adult language is used. Listen as we cover her album, analog recording techniques, the state of women in the arts industry, and more.
From her bio:
Born in the Pioneer Valley of Massachusetts wielding a Shure SM58 in her hand and red patent leather heels, Lexi Weege has been creating music her entire life, flirting with just about every singer’s role, from polka-dotted Big Band vocalist to glitter-haired, bloody-nosed rock front-woman. Lexi has refined her sound to a silky barroom jazz that tips respectful hats to the likes of Billie and Jessica (that would be Rabbit) that can swing into feisty blues numbers at the drop of said hat.
If you cannot wait to hear more of Lexi Weege, check out her first album, Virgin, which was also recorded live and on tape.
Our earlier coverage of Lexi, featured the “Gimme, Gimme Blues” in the show, as well as a video for “Cinnamon Sugar” in the show notes.
Controlled Exposure: So Full – Lenina Z
From her bio:
Music composer and producer. Currently working on a new EP (to be released in September 2015) and composing for film and game. Living in Vancouver to study Music Production at Langara College. Also studying Game Audio at the School of Video Game Audio.
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Be sure to check out their celebration of the first summer of Greylock Gin on Monday, October 19th at Berkshire Mountain Distillers’ tasting room in Sheffield, MA from 6-8:30pm. The fundraiser for Berkshire Farm and Table will include cocktails, local bartending celebrities and catering from Fire Roasted Catering.