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Artist Feature

Stephanie Schneiderman

Stephanie Schneiderman

On Portland-based songwriter Stephanie Schneiderman’s latest release, Rubber Teardrop, there is an almost instant realization that it is the perfect blend of two very different artists who have found their collective voice. A fluid recording that seamlessly combines the synthetic and organic into a single powerful compilation, Rubber Teardrop plays like an epic movie soundtrack, at once evocative, entertaining and dramatic, even mesmerizing at times. In fact, it is difficult to imagine that she hasn’t always been an emerging international electronic artist.

Schneiderman and renown producer/DJ/electronic musician Keith Schreiner come from two disparate musical worlds. She is rooted in folk and Americana and lauded as a NW treasure (seven solo albums, two collaborative albums with popular girl group Dirty Martini, music production credits, film and stage roles as well as numerous performances with everyone from Five for Fighting to Hall and Oates, Heart and Pat Benetar). He is an internationally acclaimed electronic musician/producer/DJ who hasworked with Grammy-winning artists like Jeff Trott, Sheryl Crow and Dr. Dre/Eminem producer Mike Elizondo.

The duo worked together for the first time in 2008, which resulted in Dangerous Fruit- a gorgeous tug o’ war that transcended genre and defied convention- earning Schneiderman an international following, a label deal and countless new licensing opportunities. What was a unique collaboration on that first outing, has now evolved into something more profound on her new album, Rubber Teardrop.

The Pop/rock CD, Touchdown, showcases Stephanie's stunning, sultry, soulful vocals with production that is textured, blending roots in jazz, soul and pop. Imagine Nora Jones on tour with The Beatles somewhere in Texas.

Stephanie's songwriting and powerful lyrics span the genres of rock, electronic trip/hop, pop, blues with, at times, a touch of jazzy flavor.

Music on Mack Avenue welcomes this versatile & gifted songwriter, and wonderful vocalist to our musical family.