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Alex Gardner is back at Xenomania
Posted at 7:51 PM, 10 August 2011 -

Alex Gardner is back at Xenomania HQ to work on his debut album.

After recording exclusively with the team throughout 2009 and 2010, these past months he was busy going around the US working with new producers in various studios - New York, Atlanta, Miami and LA.

Alex Gardner was part of the roster of acts that were discovered and developed by Xenomania (which also included groups like Mini Viva and Vagabond). In 2010, he released two singles - "I'm Not Mad" and "Feeling Fine" - and a Italy-only self-titled EP, but his debut album is yet to be released.

Besides Xenomania, Alex has been recording with people such as James Fauntleroy (who co-wrote "No Air" by Jordin Sparks, Ciara's "Love Sex Magic" and "Shades" by Diddy-Dirty Money) and the 1500 or Nothin' collective.


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Blogger Booms said...

Going to start commenting whenever I can so you know your site is appreciated.

I never got my hands on his EP but I definitely got a couple signed copies of I'm Not Mad. I was hoping for an exclusively Xeno-produced album but as long as an album comes out at all I won't complain!

August 10, 2011 at 11:15 PM  


Blogger ana silva said...

Thanks for the comments!

His EP was nice but perhaps a bit too middle of the road. Working on the album with extra time and with other producers might give it an extra punch. But yeah, I just want an album. I still haven't recovered from the fact that we'll never have a Mini Viva album.

August 11, 2011 at 11:19 AM  


Anonymous Anonymous said...

it would be a wise decision to stick with xenomania. im wondering what they're up to! :)

August 11, 2011 at 7:27 PM  



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