L.A.-based singer/songwriter Allison Geddie has recently been named, "Artist Of The Month," by stereofame.com, where her song, "Leave With Me," is played every time someone visits the website. Stereofame.com gives amateur musicians exposure to music fans on the web.
Geddie's style is a mixture of acoustic rock, pop, country and soul. She has also covered, "Tik Tok," as performed by Kesha, however her version is a twist on the original.
"It's a funny song for a singer/songwriter to sing without the dance beats and autotune," said Geddie.
Even though the song is unique in itself, the way the music video was shot is groundbreaking. The technology used to film the video consists of a 360-degree shot that, once uploaded to the web, will give the viewer the freedom of which angle they want to watch the video.
"This has never been done before with a music video," said Geddie.
This technology is so advanced that, YouTube can not yet support the format.
Geddie's debut album features a variety of songs that use uncommon instruments such as the cello and chimes.
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"I wanted to make sure that the album stayed close to the way I wrote the songs on the guitar, organic, yet with the added elements of the band," said Geddie.
She is working on releasing a new album, as well as, a new 360 video for her single entitled, "Fixing Me."
For more information on Allison Geddie go to: myspace.com/allisongeddie or allisongeddie.com.