When I didn’t hear the musicians playing fragments of classical music to check the sound of the instruments, I heard my parents sing traditional Mexican songs or Latin American folk music. Born and raised in Veracruz, Mexico and inspired by artists such as Billy Holiday and Sarah Vaughan, Estrada began his “career” in music at a young age, experimenting with various instruments – his parents were Lutherians. After a short visit to New York in February, the artist, who has a contract with Glassnote, joined the list of winners of the independent label, including Phoenix and Mumford & Sons. Mexican singer-songwriter Silvana Estrada is the first Latin American artist to sign a contract with Glassnote Records, as confirmed by Billboard. Her deep and impressive voice is at the vanguard of her intimate adult songs, which attracted the attention of Natalia Lafurcad and Mon Laferte, who performed “La Llorona” with 23-year-old multi-instrumentalist at the Metropolitan Theater in Mexico City in 2018. Marchita, her a brand new album, produced by Gustavo Guerrero, will be released by Glassnote Music. The announcement of Glassnote anticipates the coverage of Spanish hit Estrada CHVRCHES “Forever”, which will be released on Friday, August 1: “After a meeting with the team and a spontaneous performance both sides returned home fascinated. “I create music that I sincerely want to make,” says Silvana, who can be as receptive to the power ofher’ voice as the audience. “My music is made of who I am,” she says. The poster is part of MRC Media and Info, an MRC division. “I sing my songs and I feel good.

Glassnote Singer-Songwriter Silvana Estrada