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February ’18 – what’s up?!

Hey! January – how was it for you? For me, even busier than I thought! In a great way. Really pleased to have started a new collaboration with ace electro-pop producer Jack Hudson at Dean Street Studios, Soho. We’re working together on a selection of tracks he has produced that feel real light and free-spirited. It’s great to work on some new concepts and I’ll be putting vocals on one or two, and writing the lyrics for another couple of songs that will feature other vocalists. Jack is also a new songwriter, so it’s going to be fun to exchange ideas on lyrics as well as ensuring we get the melodies that hook the listener in! Looking forward to sharing new music from this collaboration as well as others in the weeks and months ahead. Have a great start to February! Verity x

Happy 2018 from Verity Pabla!

Hello! Happy 2018 all. I hope this blog finds you well…I’ve had a very busy 2017 with my music and also with my sync company “I’m not a machine”. Really pleased to have embarked on a number of co-writes over 2017 – both commercial music and ‘production music’. At this stage I don’t have plans for a new ‘Verity’ EP or album but it feels (and sounds) good to be collaborating with some very talented artists and producers. A new direction of sorts for me! I am especially looking forward to sharing a new song that I co-wrote in London with the Los Angeles duo Sweet Talk Radio called Falling Apart. This particular song and the lovely duo of Kathrin & Tim are probably the closest to my original sound and style, so it feels heartfelt and to hear them sing some of my words is real nice! I promise promise PROMISE to update this blog more often and to make sure the first mention of any new collaborations and releases are right here, so check back soon. Lots of exciting plans already underway for this new year. Wishing you a beautiful one, and thanks for reading! Verity x

Verity Pabla Music Updates

Hey all, wow, it’s been a long time since last posting a blog but look forward to regular posts from here on in. After the release of the ‘Almost Strong Enough’ EP, my focus has been on building a solid ground for my company I’m not a machine music and all its many facets. This has included me being released on the library production music label via tracks with Modifier, MOTIF, and groovefurnisher, as well as being signed for publishing in the alliance with Faber Music! I have upcoming collaborations with a Czech DnB producer, further collabs about to be released with Modifier and groovefurnisher, and other new commercial songs in the works. I’ve enjoyed time away from songwriting and the studio, and then time trying out new ideas, and now I’m in a good flow of interesting new music with all of my collaborators. More details on everything individually in the following blog posts! Thank you for taking the time to catch up! ~ Verity ~

‘Almost Strong Enough’ coming soon

The latest EP from Verity Pabla ‘Almost Strong Enough’ will be out in May 2015! Download pre-order is available now on the brand new I’m not a machine music SHOP


The Kindness Sessions 2

Welcome to the second in a series of blogs from singer songwriter and founder of I’m not a machine music Verity Pabla…


I mentioned in my first Kindness blog that the charity Animals Asia are doing something incredible – turning a bear farm into a bear sanctuary, for a record 130 bears in China! The campaign to raise money and awareness is called Peace By Piece – take a minute to see what they are doing and I hope, like me, you find inspiration in the compassion and dedication of the Animals Asia team. Through my music career, as an artist, I give 10% of my income to support this organisation. Through my record label/publishing company, I’m not a machine music, we give a % of our profit to two different organisations who do great work for people. I am personally most inclined toward animals and the environment but in selecting the charities to commit to that reflect the label’s branding and purpose, it seemed right to choose the Silverlake Conservatory of Music & Dramatic Need.


On reflection, doesn’t it feel (to more than just me) that the world as a whole needs a lot more kindness – from nature requiring greater care to people needing more genuine love & compassion to, most certainly, animal species deserving and desperately wanting for better treatment?


How are you expressing your kindness these days?