Faye Webster Atlanta Millionaires Club Secretly Canadian If you ever wondered how Burt Bacharach might write and arrange for the “Netflix and chill” gen then you’d get a few clues straight away when lining up Faye Webster’s third album. The American singer does a fine line in post-break loser love songs; there’s just enough optimism (most of which is […]
Once a month or so I have a chat on RNZ on their Afternoons show with Jesse Mulligan. These things start – randomly and stop in much the same way. I hope to keep doing this. For a while at least. I think I started in December of 2015, so now nearly three years into it. Last year I […]
Natalie Prass The Future And The Past ATO Records I so loved Natalie Prass’ 2015 self-titled debut. Strong songs, a great voice, clever – quirky – arrangements, but this sense of tradition and adhering to it, conventional song structures; a tremendous collaboration between her and friend, producer and multi-instrumentalist, Matthew E. White.