Phinestro known for his high octane dance music on the interwebs as featured on Aeropostale youtube and electronic-hiphop on adidas, and six flags theme park Halloween show , he is a multi-gnere producer and musician film composer. Currently working with Artist internationally, he is taking his music on another level working on new production with artists from Germany , UK, Brazil and Canada.
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Bridget Barkan is a vibrant young artist emerging from roots deeply imbedded in NYC. Barkan is a storyteller delivering a message of the urban earth child and the raw truths of an empowered woman. Barkan’s old school, bluesy sarcasm fills the room with laughter as her search for meaning and wisdom brings the crowd to tears. Her music is not only the voice for the broken hearted, but also a social commentary mirroring the invigorating energy of Lauryn Hill and Jill Scott, the poetic improvisation of Jeff Buckley, the vibrant performances of Janis Joplin, the epic dance vibrato of Teena Marie and comedic flair of Bette Midler.
Barkan has performed worldwide with the Scissor Sisters, who opened for Lady Gaga’s Monster Ball. She is a member of Del Marquis of Scissor Sisters, project Slow Knights and a consistent collaborator with Bright Light Bright Light. Bridget has worked with various different producers and artists including Hip-Hop legend Q-tip and legendary DJ Todd Terry, releasing tracks with him, “Can’t fake the feeling,” and “Suga free.”
Bridget’s foundation as a performer began as a child actress and has continued through her adult life. From child actress in commercials and on Sesame Street, to appearing in films like HBO’s “Everyday People,” co-starring with Maggie Gyllenhaal in “Sherrybaby,” in Brian De Palma’s controversial film “Redacted,” most recently along side Phillip Seymour Hoffman in “God’s Pocket,” a guest role on Steven Soderbergh’s show “The Knick,” and a recurring role as the one legged hooker on “Law & Order: SVU.”
Her most recent journey has been a one woman musical called “The Love Junkie,” about the road to recovery from love addiction. This show inspired the song PainKillHer and will eventually be featured in her electronic soul musical.