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Zachary Mason





Zachary Mason (real name Daniel Macintyre) is a UK based artist living in Guildford, Surrey. He records music in a variety of styles featuring acoustic and electric guitars, and also his keyboard. So far all of his songs contain lyrics written and sung by himself. He began recording songs in March 2021, using a recording kit gifted to him by a relative. Since that time he has produced well over a hundred song demos. His first single: “Special People” was released on July 1st 2023, and was selected for 9 Spotify playlists. His second single: "No One Puts It Right" was released on September 11th 2023 and has been selected for airing by 8 radio stations (most notably "Dünyadan Sesler") and inclusion in 11 Spotify playlists. His third single: "Quicksand" was released on November 3rd 2023 and has so far been selected for 8 Spotify playlists and 7 Radio Stations, including Dünyadan Sesler. It has also received positive feedback from several members of the music industry, including Daniel Van Eyk, Oghamyst Music, Don’s Tunes and (most notably) Pablo Monroy, who featured Quicksand in the Spanish Rolling Stone. His debut album "Songs" was released on November 25th 2023. Individual tracks on the album have received praise from members of the music industry, and have been selected for Spotify Playlists and also Radio Stations (Such as Dünyadan Sesler). His favourite artists include Neil Young (who is an influence on some of his acoustic work) Bob Dylan, Thin Lizzy and Mac DeMarco.
































































































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