Wednesday, 21 November 2012

Wednesday Review

I'm the sort of girl who sticks with what she likes. And by this, I mean that I've been listening to the same albums since the age of 9. I've added music to my collection over the years, but often it's new albums by artists I've loved faithfully for a long time. (See: Sixpence None the Richer, Avril Lavigne, Hilary Duff). 
So when I finally jumped on the Spotify bandwagon lately, I was delighted to see that quite a few of my favorite artists have put out new albums. New to me, anyway. One of my favorite singers, Anna Nalick, whose first album (Wreck of the Day) I still listen to on a regular basis, released Broken Dolls & Odds & Ends last year. It may not be recent, but I only found out about it today on Spotify. And I'm ever so glad I did. 
Nalick's voice is unlike most of what you hear in music--it's earthier and more genuine sounding. The lyrical beauty of her first album is in this one, too, and it's easy to get swept up in the music. It'll take time, but I'm sure that this album will get as much air time in my life as Wreck of the Day

My favorite is her cover of Nico's "The Fairest of the Seasons."
 You should give it a listen. 

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