Taking her name from the genre of Hollywood dramas popularized in the first half of the 20th Century, California based singer Siobhan Noir understandably presents a style of R&B/Pop with a cinematic touch. The self-described film noir fanatic writes, arranges, engineers, and mixes all her own songs like the cuts off her Misery mixtape and Vertigo EP.
Noir actually possesses a degree in filmmaking, but the aspiring movie director’s priority at the moment is making melodies. The multifaceted artist is currently putting the finishing touches on her next full project.
Before MOODSWINGGGG hits the Internet next month, DZI: The Voice connected with Siobhan Noir to discuss her musical work, her favorite motion pictures, and the highs and lows of being raised near the City of Angels.
Yohance Kyles: When did you first discover your voice as an artist?
Siobhan Noir: Funny enough it wasn’t me who discovered my voice, it…
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