Versatile New Jersey musician Grapefruit Sound Lab is back with an emotionally charged alt electro pop anthem ‘To Make You Mine’. Armed with GSL’s signature driving beats and thoughtful themes, ‘To Make You Mine’ is ready for virtual dance floors the world over.

To Make You Mine is a song for mourning life’s regrets and missed opportunities, for celebrating metamorphosis and rebirth, and for holding out hope for a brighter future.

To Make You Mine is out now via Howe Records. It will be included in Grapefruit Sound Lab’s upcoming full-length album Eight Days Across America.

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Behind the scenes promo video on Youtube.

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Artist: Grapefruit Sound Lab
Title: To Make You Mine
Written and produced by Robert Cotnoir (BMI)
Lead vocal: Robert Cotnoir
Background vocal: Layonne Holmes
Electric guitar: Andrew Synowiec
Mixed by Mike Degen at Stimulant Sound, NYC
Mastered by Geoff Pesche at Abbey Road, London
Published by Mr. Manfrenjensendon (BMI). All rights reserved.
Genre(s): Electronic, Adult Alternative

Don’t Fall For It held ten weeks and reached #14 on Billboard Dance Club Songs chart and two weeks at #41 on Billboard Electronica Chart
Don’t Fall For It (Joel Dickinson Mirrorball Mix) and Shine (Grapefruit Sound Lab Mix) were featured on CBS TV’s series Tommy starring Edie Falco

Love Cards was featured on CBS TV’s series Instinct starring Alan Cumming

“Dum Dum Gun: Lovely and horrifying” – Jean Randich. Professor of Drama/ Directing, Bennington College

“I spent many hours in the studio with Robert Cotnoir.  Always fun, always ready and professional, but Dum Dum Gun is Robert on a whole new level.  Bravo, Mr. Cotnoir, bravo.” – Mel Zelniker, re-recording mixer, Sound One – NYC.

Robert Cotnoir (Grapefruit Sound Lab) BIO

With influences ranging from quintessential freestyle, electro, and house, to classic rock, and back again through the classical repertoire, New York native Robert Cotnoir has seamlessly honed a sound that is at once both comforting and familiar, all while being undoubtedly of the times. His songwriting is pensive, self-referential and philosophical with themes about pleasure seeking, wandering souls, loss, pride, jealousy, redemption, salvation, and the struggle between faith and fact, spirit and mind, good and evil. Riding the success of a distinguished career as one of Hollywood’s top award-winning motion picture music editors, Robert is honored and humbled by his collaboration with Amuka, Sarah Naughton, Gina Volpe, and everyone who has contributed their time and talent to this project.  He is looking forward to what the future has in store, especially the release of the full length Grapefruit Sound Lab album Eight Days Across America on vinyl.