Santa Barbara’s Younger Female & Gender Expansive Musicians Launch Syryn Records Volume 1

Syryn Data Vol. 1 cover. | Credit rating: Courtesy

Syryn Data, a Santa Barbara-primarily based youth-run new music label centered on representing feminine and gender expansive artists from ages 15-22, just launched its really first compilation album. It options 11 music from 11 amazingly proficient youthful artists throughout a wide range of genres, with tracks ranging from deep, philosophical spoken phrase, to soulful pop, and energetic, punky-rock. No matter your tastes, there truly is a thing on this album for every person. 

The compilation begins with Salome Agbaroji’s powerful spoken phrase piece, “Make a Million,” which sets a profound, empowering tone for the full album with grippingly poignant strains like, “Yet we rise, and increase once again each dusk to share our light-weight in the sun’s shadow. We are academics, we are learners, we are CEOs, we are leaders. We are girls and we are shining. Do you see us?”

The empowering energy proceeds with Geia’s satisfyingly punchy, guitar-heavy rock song, “All Ladies to the Front,” which can make reference to the female-centered manifesto of the 90’s Riot Grrrl motion, then degrees out for a.kai’s upbeat, lovey pop monitor, “city lights.” Bugs R Wonderful takes the mic subsequent, providing obvious vocals and exciting guitar riffs in grunge-rock “Botfly Larvae,” adopted by Zadie Jean’s gradual, emotional pop ballad, “october.” The following monitor, GeminiMusic’s R&B-weighty “Let Me Go,” provides dreamy, hypnotic beats with prosperous vocals, then fades into Victorie’s rapid-paced, psychological alternative-pop track, “Lovesick.” 

Gertrude will come following with the lower-toned hip-hop appears and expert rap interlude in “guilty,” followed by Raiesa’s forlorn, melodic “Why Must I?” and Reiyn’s melancholic sad-woman pop song, “Someday.” The compilation concludes with gruel’s summer season-y electronic observe, “ephemeral sunlight,” that includes nostalgic movie video game-like sounds. 

Hearing music created by such talented young artists is certainly a moving experience — the inescapable, nostalgic relatability of teenage and young grownup thoughts, blended with the interesting likely of seeing a youthful artist with their complete career in advance of them, will make for a team of musicians who you can’t assistance but root for. 

Syryn Records is a youth program set on by Amplify Arts Task (earlier Girls Rock Santa Barbara). Syryn Documents Vol. 1 is obtainable to stream via Spotify playlist, or can be purchased on NFT or vinyl at

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