59th GRAMMY® considered:
Album of the Year - NostalgiaBest Pop Vocal Album - NostalgiaBest Pop Solo Performance - "West Coast"Best R&B Performance - "Bliss"Best Traditional R&B Performance - "Parking Lot Blues"Best R&B Song - "Emerald Pools"Producer of the Year, Non-Classical - Noirre(Albums: Noirre - Nostalgia; NATVE - NATVE; and The Usual Haunts - Living Is Easy)
2017 SAMMIE Nomination - Producer of the Year
Noirre is a musician, songwriter and producer from Northern California. His latest album, Nostalgia, is a collection of songs that bring together elements of Indie rock, pop, and neo soul brilliantly. Noirre wrote, recorded and produced every track on the album. At just 20, Noirre is selling out live shows and is being hailed by music reviewers across the globe for his incredible songwriting ability and infectious melodies. Noirre seamlessly blends different musical styles into a single and cohesive sound that is entirely his own.
Noirre held the #1 spot for Indie Rock singles on the influential music radio service, Indie Shuffle -- edging out such heavy weights as Modest Mouse, Death Cab for Cutie, The Kooks and Phoenix. Noirre’s music is receiving airplay on college and alternative/modern rock radio stations in both the US and abroad.
Noirre is a writer & publisher member of ASCAP who’s had virtually every track from his Nite Tales album placed in film and television. His music is used extensively in the Roadtrip Nation films, “Road to TEACH” and “Why Not Us?” on the Pivot TV network reaching over 45 million households in the U.S. Noirre is also featured musically in the surfing lifestyle reality TV series, “Bring Your Own Board, Orange County” which is set to air this spring.
Currently, Noirre is fronting the band, The Usual Haunts -- which is also on Pool Swimmer Records.
Nostalgia (2015)Nite Tales (2014)
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