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Since leaving Atlantic Records, pop star Cody Simpson released his first independent album called “Free” earlier this year. It’s noticeably different from his previous pop singles like “Surfboard” and “iYiYi,” but it’s a new sound that matches Simpson’s evolving image.
Filled with fun and relaxed beachy vibes like “Livin’ Easy” and “Free,” the “Dancing With The Stars” alum is glad to finally create an album that shows off his guitar skills and love for unedited, soulful music.
Simpson kicked off his fall tour with AER in September and has since been performing all over the United States. On Saturday night, he’ll make a pitstop at Los Angeles’ El Rey Theatre, where he will perform old and new hits.
Ahead of his big night, Neon Tommy asked him a few questions about his new music, band plans and the Los Angeles show.
Neon Tommy: Do you have a special or favorite spot for writing your music?
Cody Simpson: Anywhere that I can clear my head with no distraction. My bedroom, the tour bus, the beach. I’m writing poetry on plane rides that I’m turning into melody. I can only write my best work when I feel as though I have no time constraint or pressure on me.
NT: You have a very raw and relaxed sound in your newest album “Free.” Is this the type of music you’ve always wanted to make, or are you experimenting with a new sound?
CS: I’ve always wanted to do this, I just never had the freedom. I was caught in a trap that most artists are caught in their entire lives. The “we need find a song that will work at radio every 6 months” trap. That’s not the way I wanted to live my life and is certainly no way to feel creatively liberated. I removed myself from the system and am just living my life the way I want to live it. I don’t have any expectations. I’m very pleased right now being 18 years old just trusting my spirit and vision. It’s not about short-term immediate financial success. It’s about the long term journey of the creative soul.
NT: You’ve previously mentioned John Mayer and Jack Johnson as some of your inspirations. Would you like to collaborate with one of them?
CS: I’d love to work with both. I grew up listening to both and I think each of their musical colors and flavors have found themselves creeping into this record. It was just an album I had to get out of me because I feel like it was a part of me that had been suppressed for so long. But now that it’s out of me it’s no longer mine, it’s everybody else’s.
NT: Where do you get inspiration for your music? Do you get inspired by events in your life? Or, how much of your music is written by someone else and you interpret it according to your own sound?
CS: I wrote this entire record with a mate of mine Cisco Adler. Cisco also produced the record. I’m inspired by whatever is relevant to me at the time. Honestly, these days growing up and all I’m developing a lot of my personal views on the world, society, politics, the environment etc. So I’m very much looking forward to writing about what’s actually important in music and poetry. Everything else is and has been a waste of time I think.
NT: You’ve made music videos for a few songs on your new album, do you plan on making any more? What’s your favorite part of making music videos?
CS: I don’t imagine I’ll make many more visuals for that record. I’m at a stage in my life where I’m improving so rapidly that once I’m done with something I’ve moved on and have grown. So now I’m just thinking forward. I do enjoy turning audible pieces into visual pieces and figuring how best to portray the music.
NT: Since you’re from Australia, is that your favorite place to perform? Or do you have another favorite place?
CS: I enjoy performing wherever people want to hear me. I treat every night as a band rehearsal pretty much. Instead of practicing guitar and performing in my bedroom I’m learning on stage in front of a crowd. It’s been interesting experimenting in front of people.
NT: Do you have any funny or embarrassing stories about something that happened at one of your shows?
CS: My pants split at the crotch once. I was crouching, playing a solo and they just ripped. It didn’t reveal too much but I had to finish the song with my legs closed then go throw on a new pair.
NT: What do you have in mind for the future? Is another album in the works?
CS: I’m starting a band with some of my mates. We’ll be based out of Venice. Honestly as of right now I need to take some time to myself to soul search and improve on my craft. Over exposure is a common mistake people make these days. Mystery is a man’s only true weapon. I want to make the next thing magical.
NT: What is your favorite song that you will be performing this Saturday at El Rey and why?
CS: We play a 12 bar blues medley that I put together. Some of my favorite blues turnaround tunes. Gets pretty gnarly!
Cody Simpson: The musician, who has shed a dance-pop sound in favor of a beachy Jack Johnson-like acoustic vibe, opens for pop-rap-reggae duo Aer. [8 p.m., $21.50. Fillmore, 1805 Geary Blvd., S.F.]
The Who in Hyde: The film records the June 26, 2015 concert of the band’s 50th anniversary sold-out performance before 65,000 fans in London. [7:30 p.m., AMC Van Ness 14, 1000 Van Ness Ave., S.F.; Century San Francisco Centre 9, 845 Market St., S.F.; Century 12 Downtown San Mateo, 320 E. Second Ave., San Mateo}
Duke Dumont: The Grammy-nominated British producer’s latest hit is “Ocean Drive.” [8 p.m., Warfield, 982 Market St., S.F.]
David Baker: The food and wine expert launches his debut novel, “Vintage.” [7 p.m., Book Passage, 51 Tamal Vista Blvd., Corte Madera]
Finding Noah: Screening for one night, the documentary follows archaeologists, theologians and explorers on an expedition up Mount Ararat’s desolate summit to investigate the question: Did Noah and his ark actually exist? [7 p.m., Redwood Downtown 20 and XD, 825 Middlefield Road, Redwood City]
Justina Blakeney: The designer and author of “The New Bohemians: Cool and Collected Homes” promotes the book in a conversation with San Francisco Cottages & Gardens editor Alisa Carroll. [6 p.m., Erica Tanov, 1827 Fourth St., Berkeley]
Billy Shaddox: The singer-songwriter’s new recording “I Melt, I Howl” showcases his dreamy pop harmonies and soul-stirring lyrics. [8 p.m., Hotel Utah, 500 Fourth St., S.F.]
FRIDAY, OCT. 9
Castro Romero Flamenco: The award-winnning brothers-and-sister troupe from Madrid returns to the Bay Area with its acclaimed show, “Esencia Flamenca,” [8 p.m., Palace of Fine Arts 3301 Lyon St., S.F.]
Litquake opening night: The nine-day, jam-packed annual literary festival begins with “The Devil’s Acre,” a program celebrating The City in the 1800s and “Drinking the Devil’s Acre,” Duggan McDonnell’s illustrated history of saloons of the Barbary Coast. [8 p.m., Z Space, 450 Florida S., S.F.]
William deBuys: The Pulitzer Prize finalist and nature writer discusses “The Last Unicorn: A Search for One of Earth’s Rarest Creatures,” about the 1992 discovery of a large land mammal and species new to Western science. [6 p.m., Book Passage, 1 Ferry Building, S.F.]
Zoppe, An Italian Family Circus: Back for its annual two-week Peninsula engagement, the one-ring circus starring Nino the clown boasts acrobatic feats, equestrian showmanship, canine capers, clowning and audience participation. [4 and 7 p.m., Red Morton Park, 1455 Madison Ave., Redwood City]
Battles: The experimental art rock band, featuring members of Helmet, Lynx and Don Caballero, released “La Di Da Di” in 2015. [9 p.m,. Fillmore, 1805 Geary Blvd., S.F.]
Day of the Dead Exhibition unveiling: SOMArts 16th exhibit of Mexican altars and contemporary art installations (which celebrates poets Eduardo Galeano and Alfonso Texidor) opens with a party featuring theater ensemble Loco Bloco. [6 to 9 p.m., 934 Brannan St., S.F.}
Jandek: The act is the project of a publicity-averse outsider musician from Houston, who, since 1978, has self-released more than 70 albums of unusual folk and blues songs. [9 p.m., Chapel, 777 Valencia St., S.F.]
On his first self-released album Free, Cody Simpson ditched the pop sound he initially broke out with for an acoustic-leaning LP that showcases the singer-guitarist as he was always meant to be with “no more corporate or record label influence,” as he explained on Instagram. And while we love the relaxed vibe of the record, that doesn’t mean the tunes can’t get some fun dance reworks, right?
Fuse is proud to exclusively serve the Leeyou & Danceey remix of “Livin Easy,” one of the standouts on Free. The Albanian-born DJs replace the original’s acoustic guitar and marimbas (which you can hear below) with a disco-house beat that have earned the likes of Disclosure and Duke Dumont critical praise. While it’s a major sonic shift, if anything the euphoric production further hones in the airy message of “Livin Easy.”And Simpsonizers, don’t worry about Cody’s guitar work getting stripped away: He’s given his cosign to the mix, telling Fuse:
“It’s great when other genres can borrow from one another. I appreciate what these guys did with my song; it’s always cool to hear a new take on something you created. It’s like looking at a painting from a different angle, the picture is the same, but you see it differently.”
Simpson is currently on tour throughout the fall. Show your support for Free by purchasing on iTunes or streaming on Spotify—it’s not often you see an 18-year-old self-releasing albums and this one’s definitely worth a listen.
He set tongues wagging when he was spotted locked in deep conversation with a busty air stewardess after a wild night out in Sydney.
But fast forward a few weeks and Cody Simpson was seen lapping up more female attention as he left his favourite West Hollywood haunt Nice Guy Lounge with a phalanx of attractive women.
The 18-year-old singer looked a little worse for wear as he stumbled out of the nightspot while his lady friend trailed close beside him during the early hours of Monday.
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A recurring theme: Cody Simpson set tongues wagging during the early hours of Monday when he was spotted leaving The Nice Guy Club in West Hollywood with a mystery brunette
The pretty brunette, who was dressed in a pair of slashed black denim skinny jeans and a camel coloured cross-over top, ducked and dived screaming fans as she kept her eyes fixated behind her.
With her wavy brown locks tied back in a loose ponytail, the young woman looked a little sleepy as she sauntered around, arms crossed, in sandals.
The Be The One hitmaker appeared a little unsteady on his feet as he made his way back to a waiting car in the street followed by a crowd of pals.
Easy does it: Cody had clearly enjoyed himself during an appearance at the Hollywood nightspot
Easy does it: The 18-year-old crooner looked a little unsteady on his feet as he left the nightspot
Tired? Cody slumped into the back of the chauffeur driven car after partying during the early hours
Dressed down, Cody pounded the pavement in black high trainers and low slung jeans teamed with a black T-shirt.
He and several friends, including a pretty blonde, clambered into the chauffeur-driven car chased by baying fans.
Meanwhile, the night out with pretty girls comes weeks after the Australian-born singer caused a stir when he was seen flirting at Sydney’s Marquee nightclub with an air hostess known as Constance Siaflas.
Home time: The singer and chums including a pretty blonde clambered into the chauffeur-driven car
They spent the bulk of Saturday together in the outdoor area chatting and indulging in the notoriously harmful habit of smoking and at one stage Cody draped his arm around the flirtatious brunette in thigh-high boots.
The Virgin Australia flight attendant only head eyes for Cody and onlookers remarked that she bore a striking resemblance to reality star Kim Kardashian.
Teetering around in lacy thigh-high boots and hotpants, it was clear why Cody appeared equally mesmerised by his companion.
Cody has been single and mingling since his split with American model Gigi Hadid, 20.
The Surfboard singer and blonde announced they were separating in May after dating on-off for two years citing work commitments as the reason for parting.
Meanwhile, the Australian-born singer caused a stir when he was seen flirting at Sydney’s Marquee nightclub with an air hostess known as Constance Siaflas (pictured)
They called time on their relationship earlier this month in order to focus on their careers.
But it seems Gigi Hadid is still very much on Cody Simpson’s mind as he appeared a little down in the dumps when stepped out in Los Angeles on Wednesday for a night on the town with pals.
The 18-year-old singer kept his hands in his jean pockets as a mystery blonde placed her arm around the hunk when they stepped out of a fast food joint to be greeted by fans.
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Something on your mind? Cody Simpson appeared down in the dumps on Wednesday when he stepped out in Los Angeles for a wild night out with pals just weeks after he split from girlfriend Gigi Hadid
The blonde star didn’t seem to show any emotion as he attempted to keep his face hidden with the cap of his hat while his group of friends giggled in the background and made small talk.
Cody’s night out with his friends comes just days after it emerged that Gigi had been spotted getting cosy with British formula one driver Lewis Hamilton after the Monaco Grand Prix.
In a further display of affection, Gigi, 20, posted a snap of her with Nicole Scherzinger’s ex to Instagram, in which she accompanied the image with a gushing message
She wrote: ‘We love you @lewishamilton. Everyone knows you da champ. #TEAMLH.’
Sombre: The 18-year-old singer kept his hands in his jean pockets as a mystery blonde placed her arm around the hunk when they stepped out of a fast food joint to be greeted by fans
Heartbroken? The blonde star didn’t seem to show any emotion as he attempted to keep his face hidden with the cap of his hat while his group of friends giggled in the background and made small talk
Is this the reason? Cody’s night out with his friends comes just days after it emerged that Gigi had been spotted getting cosy with British formula one driver Lewis Hamilton after the Monaco Grand Prix
Gigi and Cody confirmed earlier this month in a statement to gossip site E! News that they had split for a second time and once again blamed their busy schedules for the end of the romance.
The statement also insisted the two bear no ‘hard feelings’ and are committed to remaining friends.
‘Cody and Gigi want each other to be in a place right now that allows him to only focus on his music, fans, and new message, while she can focus and continue building her career,’ the rep said.
‘They love each other dearly and have split up in hopes that growing on their own paths will bring them together in the future,’ the statement added.