Mel and Josh Seek Support to Record Album

Mel Hsu ’13 and Josh Smith ’11 met during Mel’s freshman fall at an open mic in Music House. Josh (known to many as Wordsmith) approached her about collaborating and a wonderfully fruitful friendship was born. Throughout the years and in a number of intimately crowded living rooms, the pair combined Josh’s fluid rap with Mel’s amazing cello skills and emotive singing to perform beautiful and unique shows that at times sent shivers down our spines and tears to our eyes. The duo is now hoping to release an album that, in this blogger’s opinion, is sure to make the world a more beautiful place.

If you’ve attended a living room show, you understand how important it is that this album becomes a reality. If you’ve never heard of Mel or Josh, it’s all the more important that you get a chance to experience this incredible musical Wes-born phenomenon. They’re hoping to distribute the album for free, but need some money to help produce it. It will for sure, no question, undoubtedly be worth your investment.

Donate now on their Kickstarter page.

For a taste of what’s to come, check out their respective Bandcamps:

3 thoughts on “Mel and Josh Seek Support to Record Album

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       Green Street Arts Center has a mediocre recording studio; there is also a decent studio in the CFA. But neither can even compare to the resources offered by a professional space with professional engineers. The difference in sound is immense. It’s ignorant of you to suggest that they went out of their way to make this ‘artsy’; they didn’t want to compromise on their sound. Also Josh is from Woodstock so it was recorded essentially at home, with and by friends.

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