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Dynamic Soul & Disco outfit from Essex.
Goldiva draw inspiration from 70s and 80s Soul, funk & Disco, and combine this with a collaborative approach similar to that of Gorillaz and Daft Punk.
Whilst the band provide eclectic soundtracks to each song, it is the enlisted singers that on each track that are the real glamour and appeal.
Backed by sounds and beats that are heavily influenced by their favourite dance maestros, each ‘Goldiva’ projects a strong and emotional vocal on to the groove-laden tracks.
To date, collaborators include the singer/songwriter/poet J.A.E from London, and local Essex starlet and NME writer Beth Cherry.
Each project is overseen by upcoming producer Liam Clack, who ensures each release carries a strong musical pedigree.
Tell us a bit about yourself?
Soul & Disco outfit. Everybody dance!
There are a lot of emerging artists in the UK right now. What sets you apart from the rest?
Our collaborative setup. We collaborate with different singers depending on what song goes best with what singer.
What’s your back-story?
We want to make dancy songs that can lift the mood and make you want to groove.
What are you working on at the moment?
Hopefully an EP that we can release on vinyl at the start of next year.
What's the first song you remember hearing?
My memory has wilted over the years.
What was the first gig you went to?
Again, I think I need to get my memory checked over.
Which song do you wish you'd written?
Anything from Rubber Soul would do.
Which song would you like played at your funeral?
I Am the Resurrection.
Which song made you want to play music?
Most good songs I hear make me want to play.
You're in a Karaoke Bar - What's your go to song?
Gold by Spandau Ballet is probably the only song I've ever sang on Karaoke. And I'll never do it again.
What song is stuck in your head right now?I'll Be Back - The Beatles
What was the first Album you bought? Craig David - Born to Do It