a big part of the stuff I love had to grow on me a lot first, but ellipse never did. scary fragile, though, was instantaneous. it's a really good album - nothing new there, but there was no need for that either. all the tracks on it would well serve the radio while never being shallow or just plain silly. that's good pop to me. I wonder why it hasn't been such a success. has it?
“her new album crushes imogen's new one to pieces (and I have been a fan of imogen heap for years)” – It’s funny you should say that. I was initially disappointed by both CD’s, but that’s usually a good sign. I tend to warm to music after a few hearings. And BB’s new record has garnered my good opinion – it’s quite good. However, I haven’t given up on Heap or her new CD; she’s a great artist, in my opinion. They both are.
ARTIST WITH A MESSAGE LOOKING FOR ONLINE STREET TEAM www.myspace.com/ellielawson. Hi guys, I'm getting a STREET TEAM together online for the promotion of my new independent album Lost songs' over the next few months. It will be FUN and easy. So let me know if you'd like 2 get involved! You will get a SIGNED CD for your help! email me at ellielawson@hotmail for more info! Here is my biography: I am a singer-songwriter with a message. I'm socially conscious and try to practice what I preach. After a year on Atlantic Records and living in NYC for two years I just released my 2nd album independently with tracks produced by Jony Rockstar (Sugababes) Future Cut (Lily Allen) and Yoad Nevo (Jem). I am sponsored by QUIKSILVER women and marketed and promoted in Europe, USA and Australia.
Great new interview (http://wearsthetrousers.com/2009/07/20/butterfly-boucher-happening-all-over-again/) as part of Wears The Trousers magazine's Australia Week (http://wearsthetrousers.com/2009/07/20/australia-week/)