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Ana Lola Roman Releases a Bushwick Inspired Song

Eclectic musician, performance artist and - yes, you got that right - a contributor to Bushwick Daily, Ana Lola Roman has just released a single Puma'a largely inspired by the Bushwick soundscape

Ana Lola Roman (photo by Barbara Anastacio)

Eclectic musician, performance artist and - yes, you got that right - a contributor to Bushwick Daily, Ana Lola Roman has just released a single Puma'a largely inspired by the Bushwick soundscape. You can hear sirens, a police radio, and factories in the track that was recorded with a boom mic from her window at Knickerbocker Ave. "I recorded this with a lot of Bushwick in my soul," Ana said. The lyrics are taken from Pablo Neruda's quotes.

Ana Lola Roman, originally from a small town in Oklahoma, has Spanish roots, and has also lived in Berlin. She is currently working on her debut album Even Assassins Have Lovers and Romances, which will be released in June 2013.

 

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