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Most recent releases, "#See Us" and "Adulting" (singles, 2016); most recent full-length release, Picking Out Boxes (2008)
Lindsay Katt writes thoughtful, complex songs. (email@example.com)
Recommended first album:
Picking Out Boxes is the only one we've heard
Lindsay Katt—vocals, piano, keyboards
Ian Hendrickson—drums, percussion
Mark Turrigiano and Lindsay Katt; Lindsay Katt (6)
Lindsay Katt's debut is very well put together, there are no weak songs and she writes thoughtful lyrics. "My happy" is a neat opener, with a complex and moving lyric and a great melody. "Is it you" has a nice hushed mood and a guarded vocal. The theme of emptiness is well presented. "Wretched Unbeliever" questions faith in a true and honest way. "Pretty in a paper bag" has some lovely piano playing and a stirring chorus. It's a very nice debut all told. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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