Soundcheck’s brand new episode will showcase the music of rock artist Cody Hitt and the stylings from the electro duo Amoureux at the Rancho Camulos Museum.
In this episode, Soundcheck is showcasing locally based up and coming talent who will perform their original music in the natural and scenic ambiance of the historic Rancho Camulos Museum, located 10 miles west of Valencia on scenic Highway 126.
Catch this new episode of Soundcheck on Thursday, October 28, at 3 p.m., on Soundcheck’s Facebook page, SCVTV.com, Spectrum Channel 20, AT&T U-Verse Channel 99, Apple TV app, and Roku app.
Soundcheck is SCVTV’s music show that highlights Santa Clarita Valley musicians and their original music. Soundcheck aims to showcase up-and-coming performers who are locally based; for Season 3, the artists have been performing outdoors at the scenic and historic property, the Rancho Camulos Museum. Past seasons of Soundcheck have showcased the artists’ performances in a live concert setting at The MAIN in Newhall–Season 1–and in a virtual format–Season 2. To see more from Soundcheck, visit http://scvsoundcheck.com.
For more information about the Rancho Camulos Museum, head to https://www.ranchocamulos.org.
Here’s more about this episode’s featured musicians:
Cody Hitt: “As artists we can be the conduit through which music flows. But most musicians nowadays are trying so hard to control the music and shape it into what they want. What they don’t understand is that music is a living, breathing entity. It wants to be set free, and I am the catalyst.” Cody Hitt is a member of the band Age of Outrage; you can hear more of his music by checking out his Spotify at “Age of Outrage,” or by following him on Instagram, @AgeOfOutrage.
Amoureux: Amoureux is a 2-piece band consisting of Devin Pro, and Alec Taylor. The duo recently released their EP, It’s Good…I Like It. Alongside with the tracks, Blood Orange, and Hearse In Reverse. To hear more about Amoureux, check out their Spotify or follow them on Instagram (@amoureux_official).
The SCVTV Community Media Center is a space where the convergence of creatives, historians, educators, students, nonprofits, media professionals and businesses collaborate to create high-quality, localized tv and web programming for the Santa Clarita Valley. SCVTV’s mission is to operate the City of Santa Clarita’s public television channel and Community Media Center under contract with the Santa Clarita Public Television Authority; to provide its platform and media services through community access and original programming opportunities that highlight local arts and culture, musicians, history, education, government, nonprofits and civic affairs; and to facilitate educational media production and marketing opportunities. For more information about SCVTV, visit SCVTV.com. Media, please contact Jessica Boyer at firstname.lastname@example.org.