Al Yamama launched its new project featuring musicians Twin Shadow and Andrew Aged titled ‘Yamama Revstar: Meet the other Half’ video series.
Twin shadow wrote, “For the past few months, I’ve been collaborating on a new project Yamaha Revstar And my friend, Andrew Aged from No World, and I’m finally excited to announce the “Yamaha Revstar ‘Meet Your Other Half'” mini-series.
“When we were still planning what the string would sound like, I was thinking a lot about my first experience with the guitar, and what it would have sounded like if two session guitarists were crowded unaware in the void, and that became the focal point of the project.”
Jamming: A three-part video series that explores how Twin Shadow and Andrew Aging found their other halves…their guitars
“It’s really impressive when you think about it, that two people who have never played together, who have no identical upbringings in music, can speak a common language.”
“Yamaha Revstar: Meet Your Other Half” is a three-part video series, that uses guitar improvisation to show the power of music and the guitar’s role as an extension of oneself.
Slow Jams: The series begins with Twin Shadow and Andrew Aged stepping into a white space devoid of anything but amplifiers and Revstar guitars
Beauty: It’s really impressive when you think about it, that two people who’ve never played together, and basically don’t have identical upbringings in music, can speak a common language.
The series kicks off with Twin Shadow and Andrew Aged stepping into a white space devoid of anything but their amplifiers and Revstar guitars, engaging in a mixture of thought, creativity, and music.
“I was interested in kind of getting close to playing these guitars with another guitarist I admire, not rehearsing anything and just going into it blindly in a way; its heart is completely spontaneous,” said Twin Shadow. , that two people who had never played together, essentially no identical upbringings in music, could speak a common language.”
“I had a great time playing George (Twin Shadow). It was so natural, it felt so familiar, and they’re both very instinctive in our approach,” said Andrew Aged. “We have different backgrounds, but we have the same inclinations… I enjoyed that kind of spontaneity.”
For more than 50 years, Yamaha has built a legacy of engineering excellence and guitar craftsmanship. Today, the brand and Revstar line of electric guitars, unveiled their “Yamaha Revstar: Meet Your Other Half” video series featuring musicians Twin Shadow and Andrew Aged of Inc. No World, where they share their first experiences with the guitar.
The two remaining videos offer a behind-the-scenes look at the musicians’ lives, following Twin Shadow in his cabin and music studio, along his motorcycle route in Big Bear, and exploring Andrew Aged’s home and favorite record store in Los Angeles.
“We are very excited to present the ‘Yamaha Revstar: Meet Your Other Half’ video series with Twin Shadow and Andrew Aged; the two have mastered their craft and are challenging traditional notions of music,” said Rintaro Kane, Assistant Principal, Yamaha Corporation.
“Yamaha is committed to providing the best experience for our players, helping them find the guitar that works for them and, like Twin Shadow and Andrew Aged, challenging the status quo.”
Since its founding in 1887, the Yamaha Group has brought joy to people all over the world with musical instruments, audio products, music schools and other sound and music related products and services.
that experience; However, don’t get us stuck in our ways. Striving for the best experience for Yamaha players, new and old, is what keeps us moving.
FASHION: Musician Twin Shadow attends the premiere of Kenzo Presents: “Music is My Lady,” a film directed by Khalil Joseph, at the Museum Underground on February 9, 2017
Back then: recording artist Lenny Kravitz, actors Lisa Bonet and Zoe Kravitz and recording artist Twin Shadow when they were a couple