Thursday, May 7, 2015

Blues man Terence Lording releases new EP record 'Resonate the Night'

The songwriter and recording artist of blues music known as Terence Lording has released his latest extended-play record, “Resonate the Night.” The EP contains four original Lording tracks for an approximate total listening time of 25 minutes, making for a roundly comprehensive introduction to this remarkable music artist for listeners not yet acquainted. It has been published as an independent release without the outside influence of the corporate music power structure. Utterly unique, entirely fresh, and thrumming with the ingenuity which characterized the beat poets of the 1950s and '60s, “Resonate the Night” is both art for the artist and music for longtime listeners who are tired of the same-old, same-old sound.

Terence Lording surprised hardcore fans of blues and jazz with his “Forecast Lightning” single which appeared on online music shelves around the world in January of 2015. Bringing a classy, shadowy, introspective and even somehow palpable feel to blues music which is seldom (if ever) heard in the genre, Lording's “Forecast Lightning” colored him as a wildly creative musician with a composer's mind and an artist's intrepidity. Music by Lording has appropriately been described as 'musical imagery.'

Asked to comment on the overall themes of his new “Resonate the Night” record, Lording reveals himself to be an altogether intuitive musician, writing only: “Because sometimes it feels just right…”

As a special nod to his existing fan base who know him largely from his spectacular emergence with “Forecast Lightning,” a newly remastered version of his first single appears and even opens the “Resonate the Night” EP.

Lording himself has cited extremely various musical influences, including the Beatles, Jimi Hendrix, the Rolling Stones, Michael Jackson, and Led Zeppelin. He began playing guitar at four-years old and is largely a musical autodidact. He played experimental music in college and continues to blaze his own trail through contemporary and experimental blues and jazz today. He has gone on record to state his interests nearly cover the musical gamut: blues, jazz, soul, hard rock, blues rock, classical music, rock ‘n’ roll, rhythm ‘n’ blues, pop, songwriting and studio recording.

“Resonate the Night” by Terence Lording is available online worldwide.

-S. McCauley
Lead Press Release Writer

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