Cross Generational Music of This Time!

Imogen Heap (born 9 December 1977 in the London Borough of Havering) is a Grammy nominated English singer and songwriter from Romford, Havering. She is known for her work as part of Frou Frou and for her 2005 solo record Speak for Yourself, which she wrote, produced and mixed. In 2006, Heap was nominated for two Grammy Awards. She has produced three solo albums, the latest of which is 2009’s Ellipse.  Featured Video in Header… Canvas.

Minds Without Fear – The Dewarists

The Dewarists is a new original series. Part music documentary and part travelogue, the show features inspiring musicians collaborating to create original music while traveling to locations across India.

In Episode 1, Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter Imogen Heap teams up with prolific composer duo Vishal-Shekhar for a track inspired by the Tagore poem, ‘Where The Mind Is Without Fear’. This episode was filmed at the luxurious, 475-year-old Samode Palace on the outskirts of Jaipur in Rajasthan.

Finally, Fresh, Inspirational Music NOT tied to the Dead Rut of RAP and Hip Hop! So many American Artists feel that they need to follow this boring, dead genre! American Pop Artists, wake up and pay attention! This young lady with her fresh ideas and fresh approach to arranging is going to blow by all of you selling millions of albums.

Song usage

Frou Frou’s song “Let Go” was featured in the soundtrack to Zach Braff‘s movie Garden State, and was featured on the DC snowboarding movie Mtn.Lab, in the 2006 movie, The Holiday (which featured the song “Just for Now”) and in the second season of the reality television show So You Think You Can Dance, and was also on the Series Premiere of CBS’s show Cane. “Hide and Seek is used for season two of So You Think You Can Dance for the top 6 contemporary group dance choreographed by Mia Michaels and was featured in Zach Braff’s film The Last Kiss. “Hide and Seek” was also used in the pilot for the failed television series Smith and in an SNL Digital Short entitled Dear Sister” that parodied the episode entitled The Dearly Beloved of the American television show The O.C.The OfficeThe Holiday. “Speeding Cars” was featured in the film Suburban Girl. then parodied the episode “Dear Sister”. “Just for Now” was featured in

In February 2007, the music from her song “Headlock” was featured in a Verizon Wireless commercial. “Can’t Take It In” was featured during the closing credits of The Chronicles of Narnia.

In June 2007, Apple started using an instrumental version of “Goodnight and Go” in its online demonstration videos to promote its Mac OS X v10.5 “Leopard”MTV‘s The Hillsoperating system. “Loose Ends” was used in an episode of

In 2007, Heap’s “Speeding Cars” was used in the third installment of the ABC miniseries Fallen and also in the 2007 movie Suburban Girl starring Alec Baldwin and Sarah Michelle Gellar. Heap’s “Goodnight and Go” was used on MTV’s Newport Harbor: The Real Orange County. The song “The Moment I Said It” is used in the third season of So You Think You Can Dance for the top 10 contemporary group dance also choreographed by Mia Michaels, in the closing scenes of an episode of the show Criminal Minds and the show Ghost Whisperer, as well as in CSI. “Goodnight and Go” was used on an episode of the sixth season of Celebrity Fit Club.

Her song “Mic Check” was used in the fourth season of So You Think You Can Dance as part of the choreography again by Mia Michaels for Contemporary during Vegas week. In August 2008, the song “Just for Now” was used in the 2008 Fall Campaign of the Polish TV Station TVN (Poland). “Headlock” and others were used in the soundtrack for The WB’s SummerlandYouTube‘s DJ Pyro remixed her song, Speeding Cars under the same name and Lil’ Ray is going to make a song based upon DJ Pyro’s instrumental for his album Lil’ Ray III.

In a Season 4 episode of CSI: Miami her song Hide and Seek is heard at the end of the episode “If Looks Could Kill”

The Blue Devils “B” Drum and Bugle Corps featured the songs “Hide and Seek” and “Have You Got It In You?” in their 2009 DCI Open Class World Championship winning field show entitled “Pursuit”.