Multi-talented vocalist and singer/songwriter, Rob Sinacsi is an artist that truly epitomizes the essence of the modern era. Born in Manilla, Philippines and raised in West Palm Beach, Florida, Rob is making music that he says is “driven by a desire to motivate, inspire, comfort, and spread love and joy to all those that hear it.”
Rob, born Robby Sinasci, takes that purity of intention, his experiences, and musical acumen to create an amalgamated and original sound.
The eclectic artist credits the influences to artists like Ed Sheeran, Billie Eilish, FINNEAS, John Mayer, LANY, All Time Low, and Twenty One Pilots.
When we asked Rob about the vision for his music, he said, “I want to produce a musical experience that is enjoyable and easy-going, but also authentic and grounded in reality.” You will find that in spades with Sinasci, as his music truly is relatable and infused with positive energy to allow for an immersive experience.
We sat down with Rob to ask him a bit more about his music and current projects…
Bridge: Thanks for taking the time to chat with us, Rob! Let’s start with some basics for our readers…How would you describe your sound?
RS: I have a clean, cool, and resonating sound that recalls the work of bands and artists like LANY, All Time Low (acoustic stuff), Ed Sheeran, and Billie Eilish.
Bridge: And how long have you been making music?
RS: I’ve been making music for six years now; four years writing with my band, and two years writing on my own.
Bridge: We have to know, what inspired you to go into music?
RS: My dad. He tried to teach me how to read and play music when I was younger, but I was just not interested at the time. After he moved away, all I had left from him was his music notes; I used them to learn how to play guitar, piano, and eventually started singing. And here I am now.
Bridge: Wow, that is a beautiful story! …What do you want listeners to get out of your music?
RS: I may not be the most upbeat artist, and I can’t promise people that they will enjoy my music. I do promise that I work hard and I spend a lot of time writing these songs, and I just want my audience to be able to relate and have fun with me.
Bridge: Besides specific artists, where do you find your inspiration?
RS: My inspirations come when I hear or see something that I find exhilarating. It may be hearing a new song on the radio, or just being in a quiet, peaceful place. Sometimes, a phrase will just come to me, and I’ll branch off of that. It fluctuates, but I do find myself writing everyday even if it’s just a couple lines.
Bridge: Can you tell us about any projects you are currently working on?
RS: I had just finished recording a new song, and I sent the files over to my engineer to mix and master them. I may just keep writing more and put out another EP this year, though. But we’ll see! I’d like to put something out soon.
Bridge: Do you have any current releases?
RS: I have an EP, and two singles available on all music streaming platforms. My recent release is “Serenity” from November 2021.