Welcome to Episode 16 of LifeRhythms Radio!
In this episode, Robert interviews Celeste Lear, discussing the topic “Depression and Creativity” – a conversation that many of you will deeply relate to.
Celeste is an incredibly talented and prolific music producer, singer, songwriter and sound engineer, residing in the San Francisco Bay Area. She passionately dives deep into this weeks topic, revealing the power of depression and seeing how it has affected fellow artists, empaths and their creative process. From her own experiences, Celeste vulnerably shares her wisdom, insights and discoveries and aspires to help other artists and empaths who are struggling with depression. You will also discover that empaths and creatives who experience depression tend to be even stronger creatives. You don’t have to feel like an ‘outcast’ or ‘weirdo’ just because you are dressing a ‘feeling’ certain way. Chances are that if you are feeling that way, you are far from along with that feeling.
Also in this episode, you will hear an unreleased song selection from Celeste’s audio collection titled “Someday is Today (feat. Violin Girl)”, as well as her inspiration for choosing it. Please be in touch with Celeste after listening and tell her that you heard her interview on LifeRhythms Radio. She has an incredible offering that is exclusive to LifeRhythms Radio listeners and you will be very happy that you have reached out to her!
About Celeste Lear:
DJ Celeste Lear’s unshakable love for music and performance has led her to spend nearly two decades fully dedicated to studying and applying the art and science of DJing, music production and sound engineering. With a set of career highlights that truly depict a modern female in the entertainment industry including 9+ years as a mobile event & nightclub DJ, running sound for & DJing over 500 events, including over 200 weddings, meticulously collecting and cataloging over 18,000 songs and developed a knack for climactic, seamless song mixing, eclectic curation, reading a diverse crowd and naturally possesses a never ending enthusiasm for providing a top notch, energetic experience for her listeners.
With an emphasis on keeping her personal sound hip, energized, sophisticated and accessible, Celeste craftily mixes everything from the hottest high energy Deep/Tech House to Top 40/Pop hits. Indie Dance and Nu-Disco to, 70’s, 80’s and 90’s classics, Hip Hop, super creative Mash Ups and Remixes. She has a special passion for unique and edgy Dubstep, Glitch-hop, tribal and Bass Music and closely follows all the best, most cutting edge new underground and mainstream music producers to stay ahead of the game. Celeste is a regular guest DJ for the wildly popular “Ecstatic Dance” events across the West Coast, where she gets to really experiment sonically, combining sound healing with inspirational energetic festival bangers for 200-300 dancers.
As a music producer, Celeste has had over 50 placements on television & film including most notably Fox’s wildly popular “So You Think You Can Dance” as well as various shows on VH1, the Fashion One Network, HBO, SONY, Discovery Channel and MTV. Celeste owns and operates her own recording studio and independent record label with 6 current album releases and countless remixes and mash-ups.
*Another interesting note is that Ms. Lear is the granddaughter of the 8-Track Cassette (and Lear Jet) inventor William P. Lear. Definitely one with music bred right into her genes!
Some of DJ Celeste’s Regular Clients Include: Ecstatic Dance, W Hotels, Google, Apple, Banana Republic, Warner Brothers, The Gap, The Exploratorium S.F., Max Mara, Yelp, Twitter, Oracle, Cybex, Fredericks of Hollywood, Macy’s, Neiman Marcus.
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