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Marcelle Ash

Marcelle Ash

Marcelle Ash


McKinney's lead vocalist, Marcelle Ash ventures out to explore her more softer and intruiging side to her song writing, as she embarks on a new solo album. Writing once again with producer Mike Simii, Marcelle explains, "It's been a while since I've been in the driving seat, with sorting personal circumstances and having a break from music, but I'm ready, willing and very able and I must point out, very excited to be putting this album together. "Waiting Read more on Last.fm
McKinney's lead vocalist, Marcelle Ash ventures out to explore her more softer and intruiging side to her song writing, as she embarks on a new solo album. Writing once again with producer Mike Simii, Marcelle explains, "It's been a while since I've been in the driving seat, with sorting personal circumstances and having a break from music, but I'm ready, willing and very able and I must point out, very excited to be putting this album together. "Waiting For The Moon" has been a real joy to put together and I've been a lot more 'hands on' in the studio too, it's been a lot of fun!" Marcelle Ash's debut album with McKinney offered a melting pot of first-rate influences which equally competed alongside other strong, independent, edgy female songwriters of her time. It made subtle hints at some of rocks most impressive female artists to be reassuringly familiar as she was original.

Echoes of PJ Harvey, Alanis Morisette did spring to mind, whilst she still held onto her own identity, she did not indulge in any copycat behaviour. The songstress remains compelling listening. Produced by BFG's Mike Simii, (ex Factory Records), the tracks off the debut album gained praise from all corners of the music industy. The track "Everyday" was nominated by BBC Radio 2 as one of the "Songs of The Year" (which ran in conjuntion with the "British Academy of Composers and Songwriters, for new talent, home of the Ivor Novello awards); but to quote Laurie Anderson "Talking about music is like dancing about architecture" so.......on with the quotes and reviews.... NME's Rick Martin “Awesome song writing, reminds me of Blondie and Garbage when they were still valid.” UK. T.V.’s CHANNEL FOUR “Declamatory slice of non-politicised Grrrrl rock”.........No, we have no idea what it means either!!! THE ORGAN "This is cool, this rules, McKinney make ultra sassy fuzzing fizzing slightly psychedelic grrrl pop rock.

They got soul, real big soul, they got smile, real big smile. Locked on Motown drums, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club flavored psychedelia and they know when to take their foot off the pedal and refocus the drama ah yes pounding, edgy, seductive, a damn horny sound. They sound like they’re from California, they’re actually from Manchester, think Bangles with sassy fuzz, think Dandy Warhols locked on forward movement. This is very, very cool,this really does rule.

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