human.behaviour

Apr 17

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Mar 31

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Mar 27

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Mar 12

ofmanyfilm:

So excited for our world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival! Tickets are on sale now.



So happy to have been able to contribute a piece of music to this documentary! Be sure to check it out if you’re going to be at Tribeca Film Fest.

ofmanyfilm:

So excited for our world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival! Tickets are on sale now.

So happy to have been able to contribute a piece of music to this documentary! Be sure to check it out if you’re going to be at Tribeca Film Fest.

Feb 16

[video]

Jan 28

versablog:




Blake Harnage was kind enough to answer some questions from both myself and fans regarding the exciting future of his and Sierra Kay's band, VERSA.
You must have a lot of bottled up energy waiting to explode, how excited are you for this new era of VERSA?




Yes Definitely! We’re beginning VERSA as a brand new project. We actually considered a new name entirely, but “VERSA” just feels right. It’s hard for Sierra and I to call ourselves anything else. 


Your 2nd LP (Another Atmosphere) was originally scheduled for release in early 2013, how has this two year delay in releasing new music and touring affected the band?

Once again, we feel as if VERSA is an entirely different entity with entirely different plans. It has been quite a long time since the two of us have released any music, but we’re paying little mind to the events and snags along the way. It has felt strange to be off the road for such a long stretch of time, but it’s given us a lot of time to become better songwriters and begin to self-produce our own music.
We’re just happy now to be able to do our thing, and to do it without any confines between us and our fans. 
The Neon EP is our “1st release”

What made you decide to release Neon as your debut single for VERSA? What’s the meaning behind the song?
Pretty early on during the writing of Neon, Sierra and I had favoritism towards it. It seemed liked a very good track to “set the stage” for music to come. A sort of dark vibe, big rhythmic groove and a showcase of both Sierra and I’s vocals in unison. I think that vocal configuration is reoccurring throughout the Neon EP.




[The meaning behind Neon is basically the glow that someone can exude, it’s so attractive and hypnotizing, you can’t seem to pull yourself away from it. A self destructive kind of love. -Sierra]




Do you plan on resigning with another label in the future, or staying independent?
We’re in no rush to sign with another label. I feel like there’s so much an artist can do on their own today with tools like YouTube and Twitter. The main reason we asked to be released from our previous label was to gain the ability to work at our own pace with our own plan. We’re ever grateful for the help we were given, it’s just not the right place for us right now. 

As a duo, Sierra and yourself have different charisma’s, yet you seem to get along so well and ‘mesh’ well together to create music. What do you think makes you get along so well and be so in sync musically?

Sierra and I are definitely a yin and yang. We have a lot of personality differences, which I think ultimately works towards a massive advantage. Where I lack, Sierra makes up and vice versa. Since we began making music together back in 2007, we’ve really been able to hone in on how this mechanism works.




What songs are you most excited to share with fans and why?
We’ve got so many tracks on deck to be released and are currently planning on putting out at least two more new songs in the next couple of months. A benefit of working at our own pace with our own plan!


Questions from Fans:
“To Blake: Top 5 Places you would visit that you have never been before?”-Claire Wong
Iceland & Alaska. Plus anywhere and everywhere our tours are wanted. South America, Central America, The Philippines, Indonesia, so on and so fourth.


“I’ve read in a couple interviews that sci-fi movies have really influenced the new direction. Are there any in particular?”-Claire Wong
Visually, we often reference Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey. He was a genius and a pioneer of modernism.


“Worst and best Christmas gifts you’ve ever gotten?”-Maja
No gift is a bad gift haha. I got some pretty sweet outer space socks this year… Sierra got an intergalactic ant farm that she’s pretty happy about.
VERSA’s debut EP, Neon, is out now. You can purchase it through iTunes or Bandcamp at a pay what you want price.
Like the band’s Facebook page to keep up to date!
Also, feel free to use the content of this interview on your own music/fan websites to spread the word of VERSA! (Just please credit VersaBlog as the original source.)
And a special thanks to Blake for taking the time to do this interview.

versablog:

Blake Harnage was kind enough to answer some questions from both myself and fans regarding the exciting future of his and Sierra Kay's band, VERSA.

You must have a lot of bottled up energy waiting to explode, how excited are you for this new era of VERSA?

Yes Definitely! We’re beginning VERSA as a brand new project. We actually considered a new name entirely, but “VERSA” just feels right. It’s hard for Sierra and I to call ourselves anything else. 

Your 2nd LP (Another Atmosphere) was originally scheduled for release in early 2013, how has this two year delay in releasing new music and touring affected the band?

Once again, we feel as if VERSA is an entirely different entity with entirely different plans. It has been quite a long time since the two of us have released any music, but we’re paying little mind to the events and snags along the way. It has felt strange to be off the road for such a long stretch of time, but it’s given us a lot of time to become better songwriters and begin to self-produce our own music.

We’re just happy now to be able to do our thing, and to do it without any confines between us and our fans. 

The Neon EP is our “1st release”

What made you decide to release Neon as your debut single for VERSA? What’s the meaning behind the song?

Pretty early on during the writing of Neon, Sierra and I had favoritism towards it. It seemed liked a very good track to “set the stage” for music to come. A sort of dark vibe, big rhythmic groove and a showcase of both Sierra and I’s vocals in unison. I think that vocal configuration is reoccurring throughout the Neon EP.

[The meaning behind Neon is basically the glow that someone can exude, it’s so attractive and hypnotizing, you can’t seem to pull yourself away from it. A self destructive kind of love. -Sierra]

Do you plan on resigning with another label in the future, or staying independent?

We’re in no rush to sign with another label. I feel like there’s so much an artist can do on their own today with tools like YouTube and Twitter. The main reason we asked to be released from our previous label was to gain the ability to work at our own pace with our own plan. We’re ever grateful for the help we were given, it’s just not the right place for us right now. 

As a duo, Sierra and yourself have different charisma’s, yet you seem to get along so well and ‘mesh’ well together to create music. What do you think makes you get along so well and be so in sync musically?

Sierra and I are definitely a yin and yang. We have a lot of personality differences, which I think ultimately works towards a massive advantage. Where I lack, Sierra makes up and vice versa. Since we began making music together back in 2007, we’ve really been able to hone in on how this mechanism works.

What songs are you most excited to share with fans and why?

We’ve got so many tracks on deck to be released and are currently planning on putting out at least two more new songs in the next couple of months. A benefit of working at our own pace with our own plan!

Questions from Fans:

“To Blake: Top 5 Places you would visit that you have never been before?”
-Claire Wong

Iceland & Alaska. Plus anywhere and everywhere our tours are wanted. South America, Central America, The Philippines, Indonesia, so on and so fourth.

“I’ve read in a couple interviews that sci-fi movies have really influenced the new direction. Are there any in particular?”
-Claire Wong

Visually, we often reference Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey. He was a genius and a pioneer of modernism.

“Worst and best Christmas gifts you’ve ever gotten?”
-Maja

No gift is a bad gift haha. I got some pretty sweet outer space socks this year… Sierra got an intergalactic ant farm that she’s pretty happy about.

VERSA’s debut EP, Neon, is out now. You can purchase it through iTunes or Bandcamp at a pay what you want price.

Like the band’s Facebook page to keep up to date!

Also, feel free to use the content of this interview on your own music/fan websites to spread the word of VERSA! (Just please credit VersaBlog as the original source.)

And a special thanks to Blake for taking the time to do this interview.

(via sierrakayofficial)

Jan 25

Neon EP Chords -

versaofficial:

Since many of you have been asking, we have decided to post the chords from our new songs.

Neon chords (Key Cm)

Intro, Verses, Choruses, Outro - C minor, Ab Major, F minor

Bridge - C minor, Eb Major, Ab Major, F minor

Illusion chords (Key Cm)

Verses - C minor, A Major, Ab Major

Covers covers covers

Jan 23

[video]

Jan 20

versaofficial:

Our debut Neon EP is now available.  You can pay what you want for it by clicking here http://officialversa.bandcamp.com/album/neon-ep
The EP will be available on iTunes, Spotify and other digital outlets in the next 5 to 10 days.   
Thank you for being patient with us.  Expect more music all through out this year.  

We need everyone to spread the worddd. Pay what you want!

versaofficial:

Our debut Neon EP is now available.  You can pay what you want for it by clicking here http://officialversa.bandcamp.com/album/neon-ep

The EP will be available on iTunes, Spotify and other digital outlets in the next 5 to 10 days.   

Thank you for being patient with us.  Expect more music all through out this year.  

We need everyone to spread the worddd. Pay what you want!

(via charlavail)

Jan 13