Toronto – February 22, 2012
T. Riley’s latest EP Take the money is a progression from her last self-titled album. The sound created is a unique combination of indie, pop and rock. Reminiscent of the Go-Go Girls in their punk days, her distinctive voice and personality bring a one of a kind sound to her latest EP.
With a swinging beat and bad-ass rocker vocals, the EP’s title comes from its first single Take the money, bringing the 1920’s big band era into the new century. The five song EP was written by T.Riley and produced by Sam Ryan.With the release of T.Riley’s latest EP, she remains dedicated to making her mark in the Canadian music industry. Her range as an artist is shown in the five song EP which features songs such as Living a Lie and The High.
A versatile and charismatic performer, T. Riley is no stranger to the music scene. She performed at the local biker bar while in college, toured the Toronto rock circuit and scored an indie deal with her former band Swankmachine. She has also lent her backup vocals to Bocephus Kings and Jesse Zubot.
T. Riley’s eclectic taste mirrors the variety of her influences. From Blondie to Peggy Lee, Sheryl Crow and No Doubt, this Medicine Hat native has carved a niche genre of her own.
The five song EP is just a taste of what’s to come, T.Riley is currently in the pre production stages gearing up to release more music this year.
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