Rie Sinclair
  • No Way Out
  • Pale
  • Second Chances (from Button Pusher)
  • The Way It Ends - Circus Mix
  • No Way Out
    Genre: Alternative
    MP3 (03:58) [9.09 MB]
  • Pale
    Genre: Alternative Rock
    MP3 (04:58) [11.39 MB]
  • Second Chances (from Button Pusher)
    Genre: Electronic
    MP3 (04:18) [9.94 MB]
  • The Way It Ends - Circus Mix
    Genre: Alternative Rock
    MP3 (03:27) [7.91 MB]
Press

Music Connection - Sept. 2012
SONG BIZ - Songwriter Profile | Rie Sinclair

Emmy-nominated songwriter Rie Sinclair has amassed a prodigious catalog of credits for TV shows including Vampire Diaries, Nurse Jackie, The Hills, Californication, Charmed, Law & Order, plus productions for ABC/Disney & MTV, a network that utilized her main title theme for Blonde Charity Mafia.
With the release of her four-song EP, Bee Sides, Sinclair presents a collection of singles that might otherwise be lost in her whirlwind of television deadlines & priorities. Each of theses songs is infused by a rich emotional palette that reveals the artistry of an evolved and evocative singer-songwriter.

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Music Street Journal - Oct. 2012
Rie Sinclair | Bee Sides

There are only four tracks here, but based on the strength of the music, I’d love to hear more. It’s a proggy set that also feels a bit like Tori Amos at points. Other sounds like Radiohead slip into the mix. This thing is quite cool.


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Shakefire Review - Sept. 5 2012
Rie Sinclair’s Bee Sides EP is a fantastic little slice or pop heaven. That can be a good thing or a bad thing depending on just how far you’ve ventured down the rabbit hole. Because there have been so many female vocalists/pianist who have crowded around the same love/hate relationship  theme of song writing that it’s starting to look like more habit then personal emotional journey it’s almost impossible to gauge sincerity. It also doesn’t help that Rie Sinclair has basically created a career out of writing theme songs for day time soap operas, basically becoming an on tap singer/songwriter for the networks. So what made me love this EP anyway?


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Interview with Singer/Songwriter/Composer Rie Sinclair -July 24, 2012
Media Nite Radio welcomes to the airwaves singer/songwriter/composer Rie Sinclair. ABC Daytime fans know her from her countless songs for the network. She is responsible for writing a catalogue of music for ABC/Disney (over a 100 titles) for such daytime dramas as "General Hospital", "One Life To Live", and "All My Children" as well as the spin-offf "Night Shift". These dramas featured the very popular, "Just You and Me", "Where You Are", "Silent Ambush","Glow" and "Alarmed". She was also the composer and singer for the single "No Way Out" which was featured in its entirety on the popular night time drama, Vampire Diaries. Rie will be performing her music at a concert this coming Sunday, July 29th at The House of Blues in Hollywood, CA. We will be giving away 2 tickets to the show to a lucky winner.

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Butterflies Radio Interview - Jun 26, 2012
Mark and I were privileged to have the very talented RIE SINCLAIR from Los Angeles join us on this week’s TWITTER TUESDAY LIVE. Mark and I had a great time talking to Rie and our listeners that tuned in live really enjoyed her music and gave some fantastic feedback. Beside learning about the very busy life of RIE SINCLAIR, we also learned what she would and wouldn’t take on a desert island and a recipe for a new delicious cocktail!
Rie,a truly dedicated musician who runs around wearing that many hats it’s not funny! Tune into the link below and you can hear Rie for yourselves and listen to a taste of some of her fantastic music!

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MTV Needle In A Haystack Feb 9, 2011
This week’s Needle In The Haystack free download from Rie Sinclair is the stuff soundtracks are made of. After all, Rie is no stranger to making on-screen magic, writing songs for shows like Vampire Diaries and Californication and even scoring an Emmy nom. “The Way It Ends” is the exact song you’d picture at the pivotal turning point, you can easily imagine a zoomed-in shot of the hero making the decision to do something daring. Somehow Rie’s delicate, coquettish vocals match perfectly with powerful crunchy guitars and defining drums, elating the listener, leaving them reminiscing about the last scene, all while indeed wondering how it ends.

Check out Rie’s song “(Lover) What’s Going On” used in the CW’s Vampire Diaries promo, and download “The Way It Ends” below.

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Mimes of wine, Rie Sinclair e gli STOP?: concerti d’atmosfera al MATERIAoff.
VENERDI’ 23 APRILE 2010
Ore 21.00
MATERIAoff.
B.go S. Silvestro, 40
Parma

MIMES OF WINE + Rie Sinclair (Los Angeles)
Concerto

Il talento puro e cristallino di Laura Loriga si chiama Mimes of wine, un fulmine a ciel sereno nel panorama emergente italiano. Pianista, cantautrice, compositrice, una voce disarmante. Un progetto nato nel 2005, il disco che presenta al MATERIAoff. è Apocalypse sets in, scritto in 3 anni viaggiando e vivendo tra Bologna, Parigi, San Francisco e Los Angeles. Una miscela affascinante, evocativa, coinvolgente di jazz, elettronica, cantautorato, rock, blues. Un concerto evento, tappa di un lunghissimo tour che tocca le maggiori città europee. Il disco è in vendita da settembre in tutta Europa. Dedicato a chi ama Tom Waits, Lisa Germano, Nick Cave ecc.


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IODA - Nov. 2010
Rie Sinclair’s New Single Featured On Vampire Diaries

Emmy-nominated pop songstress Rie Sinclair has just released her latest single which is now making the rounds in the blogosphere thanks to a great placement on the popular CW television show Vampire Diaries. She’s created a following over the last 5 years as a songwriter, and chances are you’ve heard her tunes on shows like “Ghost Whisperer”, “Dirt”, “Law & Order”, “Samantha Who”, “Bionic Woman”, and other various MTV, CW, ABC & NBC shows, with a personal cameo from Miss Sinclair on Season II of “Californication”, and a theme song out on the CW’s Blonde Charity Mafia winter 2009.

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Patrol Magazine - Nov 6, 2009
Oliver the Penguin, “Button Pusher” (Rie Sinclair's side project)
by DUSTIN RAGLAND

ONE OF THE GREAT pratfalls of contemporary electronic music is the “preset fallacy,” or the tendency among lazier electronic composers to pull up pleasant presets of keyboards and drum sounds and incorporate them into a song without making them one’s own. Since the Postal Service succeeded in selling MacBooks to indie rockers, plenty of thoughtful songwriters have attempted to branch into laptop-folk and pop, and have fallen victim to the alphabet soup of ADSR envelopes and Moog emulators. Other have tried to run too far into traditional science-music, without the careful limits of songwriting and pop sensibility.


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KGRL.FM: "Artist of the Month" November, 2009
You may not have heard the name Rie Sinclair before but you've probably already heard a song or two of hers. In recent years, independent artists have garnered exposure by being featured on television shows. This is how you might have heard of Rie's songs, as she has written a myriad of songs in varying genres for television. This month, we'll take a closer look at one of the most prominent singer/songwriters in television today. That artist is none other than Rie Sinclair, our November 2009 Flower-Powered Artist.

Check out live performance videos & an interview with Rie at:
http://www.kgrl.fm/fpa/riesinclair.php

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Dell Lounge
Rie Sinclair Misses You
Chances are when you first heard Emmy-Nominated songwriter Rie Sinclair, you were tuned into one of the many TV shows she's written songs for (like The Hills, Dirt, Californication and Law & Order, to name a few). But lately her curious vocals and unique production can be found on her upcoming LP, A Moment You Never Dreamed. To Rie, this is her soundtrack - one she describes as "something like personal art or a school project. It's enjoyable, and specifically from me."

Self-Starter
Rie followed her gut from the start, which took her from St. Paul, MN to the City of Angels. She started plucking the strings...

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Soaps.com
Just in time for tonight's premiere of the 2nd season of GH: Night Shift, Rie Sinclair contacted Soaps.com to let us know that one of her songs will air on the first episode. "Carry Me Home" was chosen to be the closing song in tonight's episode and Rie wants you all to know that it's on her album and available on her website. (Details below.) Thanks for keeping your friends at Soaps.com in the loop, Rie. And congratulations for such priority placement of your original work!

I recently fired some questions her way...

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Tunejar
Rie’s got a ‘thing.’ That’s it, i don’t even know how else to describe it, and description is my job. Aside from the self reflection her music is putting me through at the moment, know that Rie’s music is music that tends to do just that- make you think…and not necessarily about the story she’s singing. While listening to this Sia-like voice you’ll catch yourself being reminded of moments in life, memories bubbling to the surface for no apparent reason other than Rie’s underlying soundtrack. Quirky production and an extremely vulnerable vocal delivery will break down any walls you may be bringing to the table allowing you to swim in whatever floods rush behind your closed eyelids. Check out “Scared of the Dark” and “Awaken Love” and enjoy life, past and present.

http://www.tunejar.com/genres/rock-pop/96/rie-sinclair/

Soap Opera Digest
Much of the original music on GH – including the love it or hate it JaSam theme, “Just You And Me,” and Emmy-nominated, “Where You Are” – can be attributed to a waifish beauty named Rie Sinclair.

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