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Echoes Radio Interviews Falling You + Anji Bee

Posted by on Sep 4, 2017 in artist feature, interview, news, podcast | 0 comments

Falling You bandleader, John Zorko, joined Anji Bee in her home studio, along with fellow guest vocalist, Danielle Colbeck, to record an interview with John Diliberto for the nationally syndicated radio show, Echoes. This short artist feature focused on the new album, ‘Shine,’ which has been getting a lot of airplay on the show recently. Though the feature already aired live on the radio, you can now listen to the Echoes Podcast version of the Falling You Feature on iTunes Anji, Danielle, and John in the Chillcuts studio, recording their interview...

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Anji Bee Interview on Inside The Rift

Posted by on Feb 1, 2017 in dj mix, headline stories, interview, news | 0 comments

Michigan based blog, Inside The Rift, interviewed Anji for their ‘Metaphysics & Spirituality’ section this month. The feature goes into depth about about vegan lifestyle and popular YouTube channel, as well as her long career in music. Prox also asks what books, music and YouTube channels Anji has been into recently. It’s a fairly lengthy piece, replete with related photos, video, and links. Check it out at You can also stream a mix by Anji Bee for the Inside the Rift soundcloud...

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Anji Discusses Her Album At YouTube SpaceLA

Posted by on Jan 2, 2015 in interview, Love Me Leave Me, news, video | 0 comments

Anji Bee recently sat down in the studio of YouTube SpaceLA to discuss her debut album, ‘Love Me Leave Me.’ This short interview gets into the sexy album photoshoot and cover shot selection, why this is an Anji Bee album and not a Lovespirals album, plus a little bit about the album fundraising effort and limited edition CD & poster set on Bandcamp. The video features clips from several album tracks, as well. MUSIC IN THIS VIDEO: “Got All I Need” “Love Me Leave Me” “Foolish” “Sleight Of Hand” “Mi Amor” “Try To Forget” “Put Some Music On” Like the music? Pick up a digital download or limited edition autographed CD (and poster) from Anji’s Bandcamp page — and remember to use discount code YOUTUBE for 10% off! Prefer iTunes? Anji’s music is over there, too:… Listen to an 1 hour feature about...

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Chillcast Love Me Leave Me Feature

Posted by on Jan 17, 2014 in featured, interview, Love Me Leave Me, podcast, The Chillcast | 0 comments

As promised, I put together a one-hour special feature on my debut solo album, ‘Love Me Leave Me.’ Let me guide you through the album song by song, sharing my behind-the-music stories, as well as early recordings, demo, and remixes. Come get up close and personal with me! If you enjoy the music, please consider picking up a copy of the ultra limited edition CD & poster – or just a digital download – over at ! Download Chillcast Love Me Leave Me Feature (aac) Playlist: “Love Me Leave Me” from Love Me Leave Me by Anji Bee “Love Me Leave Me (The Grooveblaster Dub)” from Love Me Leave Me Remixes by Anji Bee “Love Me Leave Me (Daniel Knoxville ‘Glamhouse Mix’)” from Love Me Leave Me Remixes by Anji Bee “Love Me Leave Me (Urban Punks Remix)” from Love Me Leave Me Remixes by Anji Bee “Love Me Leave Me...

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Anji Bee on Behind The Lyric Radio Show

Posted by on Jul 22, 2013 in featured, interview, lovespirals, news, podcast | 0 comments

Anji Bee discussed both the lyrical back story behind her Lovespirals‘ song “This Truth” on the latest episode of Behind The Lyric. She also talked about how the chart-topping Damien.S VS Lovespirals remix single came to be released by Loverush Digital in 2010. Hostess and show producer, Marcie Joy, plays the Adam Fielding Chilled Out Mix. Interestingly, Adam was also a guest on this episode, talking about his latest album. More great songs and stories are featured from Zoe Johnston, Maxx Hennard, Yavanndiel, Noah, and Marcie. Behind The Lyric airs on over 40 major FM and Internet stations worldwide, including The Movement HD, who recently added The Chillcast with Anji Bee to their lineup. Download Behind the Lyric #31 FREE on iTunes Listen to an edit of just Anji Bee’s interview feature on...

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Anji Bee Interview on Inside The Machine

Posted by on Jul 15, 2013 in featured, interview, news, podcast | 0 comments

Anji Bee is the featured artist on the second episode of Inside The Machine, the new audio show of Nicholas Young, founder of Original Machine. She and Nicholas sat down for an hour long interview on Skype, which actually went a bit longer as the two enjoyed their discussion of independent music, radio, podcasting, and fine arts so much. The show revolves around the back stories of 4 of Anji’s songs, “Love Me Leave Me,” “Hand In Hand,” “Love Will Turn Your Head Around,” and “Put Some Music On (Intensity of Sound Retro Funk Mix),” all of which are included in full on the show. 2017 UPDATE: This station is now defunct, but I archived it over on my InternetArchive...

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Anji Bee Interview on MusicTap

Posted by on Jul 2, 2011 in interview, news | 0 comments

Matt Rowe of MusicTap recently interviewed Anji Bee for a feature on the newly revamped music site. Entitled, Quality Time With Anji Bee of Lovespirals and Chillcast, the piece goes into some depth about Anji’s thoughts on the current state of music while looking into the origins of her Chillcuts Digital label, the creation of her new The Chillcast with Anji Bee: 5 Years of Chillin’ compilation, and how she selects music for her weekly podcast, The Chillcast with Anji Bee. Matt has been a long time supporter of Anji’s band, Lovespirals. He featured the duo in 2006 with his MusicTap piece, Honey and Cool Jazz ‘n’ Rock: An Interview with Ryan Lum and Anji Bee of Lovespirals. Here’s just an excerpt from the interview: Music has gone through so many changes over the decades.  Do you feel that...

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NPR Article Quotes Anji Bee

Posted by on Aug 12, 2010 in interview, news | 1 comment

National Public Radio is in the midst of a radio series called, “Hey Ladies: Being A Musician Today,” using research gathered from questionnaires answered by hundreds of women working as musicians and/or vocalists today. Additionally, they are publishing solid articles on their music blog, The Record: Music News from NPR. In the latest installment, “Pop Star Pomp, Real World Circumstance“, writer Frankie Kelly includes a quote by yours truly: But some say they’re annoyed by what they see as attention-grabbing antics. Do pop stars’ constructions (be they costumes or stage sets) put pressure on less well-funded women musicians to be outrageous, to get more naked or cross more lines just to get noticed? Anji Bee, Lovespirals: From my perspective, the most important thing is to develop a strong internet presence that includes quality audio, video, and photos. The more...

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