Thursday, April 21, 2011

The Mus-o-meter registers Shenandoah and the Night's self-titled EP

Emotional. Gorgeous. Sad. Haunting. Celebratory. That’s how the frontwoman of Shenandoah and the Night describes the songs on the band’s forthcoming self-titled album (you can catch them live on Saturday at Brooklyn Bowl). Those serve it well, but we thought we’d also refer to the math of the Mus-o-meter to give you a sense of what this new act brings to the scene.

Take the moody, husky vocals of Cat Power’s 2006 album, “The Greatest.” Then add…

The longing, melancholy lyrics of Feist’s 2004 break-out album, “Let It Die.” Then add…

A touch of doo-wop from The Shirelles 1961 debut, “Tonight’s the Night.” The result?

Shenandoah and the Night’s new self-titled EP.


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