With the vast numbers of musicians introduced daily it is only a sadness that there are only twenty four hours in a day as only a mere fraction of those introductions can be featured. I would however like to thank all musicians for doing what they do to make the world a better place. In this years New Ninety the slots 30 to 21 comprise…
The Irish alt-folk creator Chirpy released the LP Real Life on the 27th.
The first thing to capture attention is the stunning vocal that has an hypnotic timbre and a spell from which the listener has no desire to break. Underpinning the layered harmonics of voice is an equally intoxicating range of instrumentation, which includes, harp and guitar amongst others.
Whilst instinctively you may think that folk really isn’t your thing, I assure you once hitting play you will become transfixed and desirous of sinking in to the richness of the roughly nineteen minutes of the six compositions – my selection of which is the third – Heavy Hearted.
Word also arrives of a more extensive eponymous release due in November which I am already looking forward to hearing.
Molly Beanland from England has a new single coming out on the 31st March.
Real Life is a precursor to a forthcoming EP – Night Dreams.
Relax, find a partner to lay back with and let the emulsion of Real Life drip oils on your moving bodies. The exotic vooice streams across the torso as the sounds weave betwixt intertwined bodies. The only sadness being this last for only 3:54 seconds.
One hopes for a night of exploration with the EP appearing later this year and I look forward to being able to provide you with a preview of the release.