Release: 9 September 2021
Alternative/Darkwave artist BESS (Of WhiteCauldron) just recently unveiled her new full-length album, No Cover.
No Cover is a document of loss and trauma; an album whose themes chronical events including personal loss and the difficulties suffered by the Covid-19 pandemic including the lockdowns. BESS is presently working on a video for the song, “What A Fool Believes” – an homage to her brother who she lost to Covid-19.
Last year during COVID lockdowns, BESS was featured in ReGen Magazine for the track, “Shelter in Place.” With that track, she wrote lyrics and then recorded the vocals in one take.
No Cover is available as a limited edition (22 copies, only) and as a numbered, autographed edition that includes exclusive photos and a lyric book.
BESS (of Whitecauldron)’s entire performance, writing, artistic and professional resume would be too long to navigate here in this bio, for it starts with restaurant, retail, human services, earning her B.A. in English and Theater, a sales career, then turns to nonprofit arts and education, self-employment, fitness, dance, health & well-being. Currently, her main pursuits are in poetry and writing, songwriting, dance, mixing and mastering original music using LOGIC PRO X, producing artistic, original music & self-help videos, and collaborating with other artists. She is an advocate for women, people of color, the disabled, and otherwise disadvantaged persons. Her self-help/exploration project “12:12 Zen with Bess of Whitecauldron” is the brainchild of AirKill Media which came about from the amalgamation of two Ohio artists, Toothpinch & Bess (of Whitecauldron). Later, these acts formed White Cauldron band and then, AirKill Media.