Deathstar is the beginning of the end. The final stage life of a star. The aftermath of a supernova. It will continue to shine as a dwarf star or blue star until its light eventually die out resulting in a black hole effect. Billions of light years later new gas clouds are formed from matter and gases collected by the black hole effect. Galaxies begins to take shape, new worlds evolved, the genesis of life is created. Thus, the beginning of the end.

Before Hip-Hop, Rap, R&B. Before Rock, Pop & Heavy Metal. Before Country was made Country, there was Jazz. It was a prevalent Star in the late 30’s to the mid 60’s until the birth and ascension of new stars in the 70’s. After the 80’s, it appears to be entering its final stage life of a star. Not because it wasn’t heard, it wasn’t made known, wasn’t hip enough amidst the birth of new galactic stars in this what seem to be expanding universe. Without Jazz there would be no harmonic melodies, only another black hole effect. A Deathstar, is a symbolic of Jazz.

Deathstar (a non-fictional term that has been used as a fictional product) Records, offers a limited array of Jazz music recording/editing and promotion/production services from home studio to industry accommodations. Jazz represents music with melodic notes at a given time: Solo, Trio, or Orchestrated.

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