Closing out our final night at the Sessions Factory was Los Angeles-based musician, White Sea. Bringing her musical prowess to the stage, Morgan Kibby rocked faces off the diehard Factory fans with her performance of “Cannibal Love."
Kibby has an extensive resume that any twenty-something musician would sell their most prized vinyls for. Climbing her way to the top in L.A. with classical indie band The Romanovs, the group enjoyed strong praise and gained Kibby enough momentum to join the French synthpop band M83, as a vocalist and keyboardist.
She finally branched out while on tour with M83 and created a solo project. Voila: White Sea was born.
A lover of all things art and music, reading Kibby’s blog is nothing short of inspiring. Her classical taste oozes off the page, and you will be nothing but blown away from this lady’s raw, natural talent.
Have a listen to “Cannibal Love” and don’t forget to “Like” White Sea on Facebook!
"Cannibal Love" by White Sea
About The Sessions:
Producers CJ Vinson and Lauren Bucherie are musical tastemakers based out of Austin, Texas. They built their company around a simple wish: To diminish the boundary between art and audience. Their unwavering style and eclectic creative collaborations have made The Sessions sought-after team for musicians around the world. CJ and Lauren have worked with everyone from local favorites Cowboy and Indian, Suzanna Choffel and Dan Dyer to internationally-renowned acts like Fitz and the Tantrums and two-time Grammy award winners The Civil Wars.