Tuesday, 3 March 2015


Spring is looking stellar musically, thanks to the likes of ones to watch like Claudia Kane, a singer / songwriter who hails from North London, who manages to seamlessly blend a nu-disco sound (think Jessica 6's "White Horse") with a haunting vocal soundscape which conjures up feelings of pulling the blinds down, turning the lights off and immersing yourself in another world.

Citing some of her personal creative inspirations as Portishead, Massive Attack, Jeff Buckley, Suzanne Vega and Janis Joplin, her recently-debuted track "Residents of Darkness" is an exploration of the innocence of youth, a journey through
 personal discovery, toying with the vulnerability associated with growing older, underpinned with reflective lyrics such as, 'I feared the unknown in a world of expectation. All the boys, all the girls had a dream when we were thirteen...'

Kane is an intriguing talent on a slow-burn right now, but if this track is any indication, hopefully it won't be too long before everyone knows her name.



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