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Bold and Electrifying: Louis Bluehart Takes NYC's Music Scene by Storm with His Unique Electro Pop

Discover the Inspiration Behind "In The Sin" and Get Ready for Louis Bluehart's Upcoming Uplifting Dance and Ambient Pop Singles!

Louis Bluehart © 2023


Today we have the pleasure to have Louis on Goathead!

GH: Can you tell us about your journey as a pop artist and how you got started in the music industry?

Louis Bluehart: As a kid, I felt so connected with American pop culture. I always remember singing and dancing to songs of pop icons and feeling inspired by them. My mom used to play a lot of 80’s music in our house, and something about those synth sounds was so liberating. I started to make appearances as a singer on national TV in Cyprus and Greece and succeeded in singing competitions. But it wasn’t until later on, when I moved to New York City that I truly felt like this is where I belong. I started producing music just about four years ago, and that’s when I felt completely free to express myself and evolve as an artist.

GH: As an Electro Pop artist in NYC, how has the city's vibrant music scene influenced your sound and style? Are there any specific artists or experiences that have had a significant impact on your music?

Louis Bluehart: NYC is full of all kinds of genres of music. I personally love the local music scene in the lower east side of Manhattan, where I usually perform. I feel inspired by the underground scene and the irreplaceable clubs in Brooklyn. I feel lucky that I can expose myself to such a variety of artists in such a vibrant city. Within the pop icons, Lady Gaga is my artistry’s biggest influence.

GH: "In The Sin" stands out among your recent singles. Could you elaborate on the inspiration behind the song and the creative process you went through while crafting it?

Louis Bluehart: In The Sin was one of the first songs I wrote. It’s about finding love in a place of boundless freedom. The melody is a creative blend of symphonic and dark dance sounds. Pavlos C. Hunt wrote the lyrics to this song, dedicating it to the people who thrive outside the box, in the shadows and in the margins - until they create their own reality. He wanted to celebrate that and our ideas blended.

GH: What can we expect from your upcoming singles? Are there any particular themes or musical directions you are exploring?

Louis Bluehart: My upcoming music is currently cooking. It’s an evolution of what you’ve heard from my previous singles. All I can say for now is that it’s directed into two spectrums, uplifting dance and ambient pop, which is mostly what defines my taste as an artist.



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