Nataly Dawn of Pamplamoose fame.
Extremely wonderful covers as part of Pamplamoose, and it turns out she's really good at solo stuff and will be the main person churning out tunes as the other band member focuses on other business stuff.
She's really amazing. The whole time I had assumed that the guy was the mastermind behind Pamplamoose, but now I'm thinking they're both great, but she might actually be the mastermind!
She's a lot like Imogen Heap and has superb control over harmonies, both vocal and instrumental.
She's also really good at editing and arranging.
Anyways, it doesn't hurt that she's so pretty either. And her lyrics are often clever. And she plays live and tours. She really ought to collab with Imogen Heap!
@ Vault 0))) : I really like that tune Windsurf by Ice Choir... it really whisks me away to the glory moments of my junior high years in terms of cheerful joy and sound. Thanks. When did that album debut?
Last edited by Nystagmus; 26-01-2017 at 11:27 AM..
Re: The Best Electronic Music Albums not Enough People have Heard About
Ash Koosha's album GUUD. The best granular synthesis I've ever heard and sounds that are remarkably unique. Its hard to gauge his popularity, but until his music is mandated listening by the state I'd say its underrated.