SOURCE: Singer/Songwriter Tina Malia

Singer/Songwriter Tina Malia

August 23, 2012 06:46 ET

Singer/Songwriter Tina Malia Weaves Pop, World & Electronic Music With Lush Storytelling on New Album "The Lost Frontier" out Now

LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwire - Aug 23, 2012) - Singer/Songwriter/Multi-instrumentalist Tina Malia debuts today her highly anticipated pop/electronic album "The Lost Frontier." Malia delivers a rawness and authenticity through her extraordinary voice as well as in her storytelling. Each song on "The Lost Frontier," which is the first pop/electronic album to get the RealSing.org stamp of vocal authenticity (realsing.org), is powerful on its own: the sensuous single "Serendipity," the global electronic introspection of the title track to the building dance beat of "Undercover" and the inspirational groove of "Spark." Upon each listen, something new is learned, as each of the 10 original tracks is part of the greater whole, which at the end of the day is an affirmation of love, of hope, of responsibility for ourselves and each other. Because this defines Tina, she is the first indie artist to be named an Ambassador of Peace for the new global brand Army Pink (www.facebook.com/armypinkgirls.

"'The Lost Frontier' is about acknowledging and understanding creation and decay, hope and despair, beauty and destruction and remembering that we have the power to choose what we do with that knowledge," said Tina Malia.

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A multi-talented artist and highly trained musician, Ms. Malia not only writes and sings her own material, she also engineers and produces her albums, playing many of the instruments included on them. Originally trained as a classical pianist by her mother, she credits her father for introducing her to guitar and folk music, which led her to such iconic female singer/songwriters as Joni Mitchell, Ani DiFranco, Alison Krauss and the Indigo Girls, among others.

Of Korean and Yugoslavian descent, Ms. Malia's travels around the world and interest in many cultures eventually led her to Sanskrit mantra chanting, to which she attributes her sense of well being.

As an artist, her love of different cultures and music has helped distinguish her in styles ranging from pop to world/acoustic to electronic. Her own diverse and growing catalog of albums is complemented by work with iconic artists such as Carlos Santana, India.Arie, Bonnie Raitt, Kenny Loggins, Bassnectar, Jai Uttal and Idan Raichel. 

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