Her second full length album, debut CD was “The Day Is Done”(2005). Standards by Bachrach, Berlin, and the title track by Lennon/McCartney (Heard of them?) Dreamy vocals, a perfect album for a long romantic evening, a glass of wine, and the leaving behind of all your worries. Go ahead, treat yourself.
SEEDHILL BRUISER – “Seedhill Folk Songs” Folk/Scotland RIYL: Cocteau Twins, My Bloody ValentineSeedhill Bruiser is actually Tim Wilson, performing his own personalized version of Scottish folk music, haunting dreamy songs of love, loss, drugs and death with a lowland Scottish edge from a gay, schizophrenic recluse. Sounds like Morrissey on downers. Bleak, mesmerizing and beautiful.
SOFIA REI KOUTSOVITIS – “Sube Azul” Folk-Jazz/ ArgentinaPassionate Spanish language vocals highlight this, her second album, following “Ojala”. Sensual, mostly original songs, tying together folkloric traditions of Argentina with modern jazz accompaniment. A native of Buenos Aires, now living in New York, her songs speak of heartbreak, individuality, and the challenges of life abroad. Sofia's voice is so graceful as sophisticated, tying together diverse influences in a recording full of rhythmic complexity. It may well be one of my top ten albums of the year.
ANDREYA TRIANA – “Lost Where I Belong” Soul-Jazz/UK Soulful vocals from Brighton based singer songwriter with a jazzy feel make her debut album both timelessly classic and utterly contemporary. A quality release gives Andreya credibility and a great start to build upon.
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