Skip to main content

Taylor Cochran is #Flyah

 






With his new EP release Chasing Time, indie pop song writer Taylor Cochran put his best foot forward with a strong set of powerful and moving songs. The songwriter crosses through indie folk, pop, and Americana throughout the EP and sets no boundaries when getting personal with his writing.

The first single by the same name ("Chasing Time"), is a catchy and melodically addicting radio pop song that talks about the personal transition a person goes through in their twenties.

"We're bombarded with influences that are both good and bad, different opportunities for careers, new friends and places, etc. and it is hard to keep up. At times we make wrong decisions that pull us away from whatever goal we're striving to, hence "Chasing Time" says Taylor of the song.

While other songs like "Paper Thin" explores emotional struggle in the form of a piano ballad, and "Marching on" is an uplifting and almost inspirational indie folk song, it is clear that Chasing Time is the feeling, and the other songs on the EP feed into that feeling.

Taylor shows great passion and knowledge for good songwriting and it all comes through on this strong set of songs.

"Being a young artist, and this being my debut EP, there is still a lot of adventure left in finding my sound. One thing for sure is that this EP gives me a lot more direction in the sound I want for my sophomore album" explains the songwriter.

The Chasing Time EP was released this November and is available for purchase on multiple digital outlets and is currently being pitched for film and TV licensing.

To learn and hear more of Taylor Cochran, please visit:  www.taylorcochranmusic.com


Comments

Popular posts from this blog

Michelle Rose Exclusive Interview

  Q:  What's it like growing up in Mpls?   Does the city have interesting stories about Prince?     A:  I only lived in Minneapolis until I was three, but I have fond memories of it.  Even now that I live in a suburb of Minneapolis, I still feel like I'm a part of Minneapolis.  I think a lot of Minnesotans have "Minneapolis Pride", even if they don't live in Minneapolis.  Minneapolis has so many fun things to see and do, and the arts are very important here, with so many theaters and live shows.     Prince put us on the map for music.  I hear Prince stories everywhere I go in Minnesota.  I've met so many people who were associated with Prince, including one of his dancers, and even a former Paisley Park employee working as a cashier at the local grocery store, so I've heard many Prince stories.  I wish I could've been a Chanhassen resident when Prince was still alive, because I know that many Chanhassen residents saw him casually riding his bike around

The Losers Club Releases A New Pop Punk Single And Video

  The Losers Club Releases A New Pop Punk Single And Video Denver based pop punk band The Losers Club has a single release that gets you caught up in its pure rock energy! The song is called "Freak Like Me" and it provides quite an up swing and extremely fun punk sound.  The song has a great video and it's one of the best ways to dig into this single.  What's "Freak Like Me" about? It may be more relatable than you think. Here is what the band says. "Well 'Freak Like Me' is about being really in your own head all the time and feeling stuck. But realizing you're not totally alone and there's a lot of other broken freaks out there who are going through the same thing. " - The Losers Club   Check out "Freak Like Me" along with more from The Losers Club on their  Spotify .  Watch the video  HERE .                                             Website TikTok Instagram YouTube

Planet Of Rhythm Exclusive interview

  GCoulda you tell us what it's like being from L.A.?   LA is a great city for music, like any other large city.   Of course the downsides are things like traffic etc. but it is a wonderful place to create music, to hear music and experience great performances. Could you name the members in Planet of Rhythm and the roles they play? Doug Hafford (me): songwriter, singer, guitar Greg Thomas: Producer Rhythm Guitar, Bass, backup vocals Chad McKinsey: Producer, Drums, Guitar, backup vocals Juliet Roberts: Lead and backup vocals (what a talent she is) Elliott Jason: Lead Guitars Jorge Orellana:  Bass, Sax    Who inspired you guys to make electric blues rock music; is it something you guys just have in common?   The music comes from our love of the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s style rockers.   Of course much of that was inspired by earlier artists such as Robert Johnson, or Howlin’ Wolf etc.  We love the simplicity mixed with great musical performances, overdriven guitars and a strong driving bea