Motorbike Man (Official Video)
Moonshine (Official Video)
The Ugly Truth (Official Video)
Venom Hurts (Official Video)
The Way You Make Me Feel (Michael Jackson Cover)
It's a Long Way to the Top (AC/DC Cover)
Fake Plastic Trees (Radiohead Cover)
Heart-Shaped Box (Nirvana Cover)
Rock and Roll (Led Zeppelin Cover)
Heartbreaker (Pat Benatar Cover)
Creep (Radiohead Cover)
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Syd Carter West has released “Motorbike Man,” a dynamic blues-rock track that encourages listeners to let loose and embrace their deepest desires.
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Syd Carter West’s latest track and music video “Motorbike Man” is the fierce opposition of a performance of smoke and mirrors.
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“Moonshine” is my anthem for accepting the dark for what it is and allowing it to empower me rather than ruin me.
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Syd Carter West finds this therapeutic freedom on her brand new single, Venom Hurts, a song which serves as a reminder to us all that even when someone is all smiles on the outside we truly have no idea the battle’s they may be fighting inside.
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Blues-infused indie-rock has a new, powerful, and genuine voice in Ms. West! An anthem to self-support and encouragement is just what we need, and Syd Carter West is happy to oblige.
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Canadian singer-songwriter Syd Carter West left us stuck on repeat with her catchy song “The Ugly Truth”.
Interview: The Ugly Truth about Syd Carter West Is also her Superpower
Before Syd used both sides of her family to create Syd Carter West stage name, she was known as Poetic Outcast, which is forever tattooed on her arm.
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The Vancouver-based singer-songwriter has been singing since before she could talk. At age two, she was known to hum along to the radio in perfect pitch.
From hushed intimacy to audacious authority: Syd Carter West possesses an extraordinary voice. Her artistry maps a fertile musical crossroads where Blues Rock and Americana ignite with the bravado of Seventies arena rock.
Finely tuned narratives and expansive melodies match the fierce and soulful vocals of the Vancouver, British Columbia based singer-songwriter. By age 12, Syd was following a musical path as an opera student with vocal training and music theory studies at the Royal Conservatory of Music. Conveying words that audiences may not understand in multiple languages taught her to translate drama through eye contact and body language, techniques that she now employs on stage and in videos.
She has always been a storyteller. It was this poetic imagination that illuminated her path from young opera diva to an accomplished lyricist. The songs are brought to vivid life in the studio. Up and coming “One Home,” inspired by the wave of activism encompassing the struggles of Black Lives Matter, the indigenous people of Canada, and the LGBTQ+ community, is a poignant invocation of inclusion. Syd’s upcoming full length record “Letters to a Narcissist” is inspired by the importance of creating awareness towards mental health and helping others feel less alone when the world can feel isolating.
A provocateur, a magnificently expressive vocalist and a deeply evocative songwriter, Syd Carter West arrives as a new artist with commanding courage and disarming authenticity. “I’m still discovering myself,” she concludes “Genuine, and a little quirky — I am an open book.”