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Rachel Taylor Brown

Rachel Taylor Brown

Rachel Taylor Brown


Living in an old house in SE Portland with her beloved husband, Jay, and cat, Rosie, Rachel makes sometimes disturbing yet ultimately sensible songs, mostly on the piano. She’s not a summer-lover and avoids the sun except on cool to cold days. She reads a lot and watches too much tv. She used to get out a lot more but worried frequently about going crazy. Then she had a nervous breakdown and was a hermit for about 8 years, during which she wrote a lot. She writes a lot still. Read more on Last.fm
Living in an old house in SE Portland with her beloved husband, Jay, and cat, Rosie, Rachel makes sometimes disturbing yet ultimately sensible songs, mostly on the piano. She’s not a summer-lover and avoids the sun except on cool to cold days. She reads a lot and watches too much tv. She used to get out a lot more but worried frequently about going crazy. Then she had a nervous breakdown and was a hermit for about 8 years, during which she wrote a lot.

She writes a lot still. Her music reflects a love/hate relationship with humanity and persistent awe at the beauty and horror in the world. Trying to capture that sweet and sour thing in a song is what she’s mostly trying to do. The forthcoming Half Hours With the Lower Creatures and her previous two records, 7 Small Winter Songs and Ormolu were all recorded in Portland, Oregon with audio midwife and Jackpot! Studios mainstay , Jeff Stuart Saltzman (Menomena, Sleater-Kinney, Stephen Malkmus). In addition to her own music, she plays in two bands fronted by Chris Robley; The Sort Ofs, and The Fear of Heights. She's a soprano veteran of Portland classical groups Cappella Romana, Portland Baroque Orchestra and Trinity Consort, and occasionally sings w/ Seattle's Tudor Choir. Some have called her a mix of Frankenixon (Sword of Exactly) and Charles Ives, w/ sprinklings of Randy Newman and Kate Bush. A local critic has dubbed her music “creep pop.” Read more on Last.fm.

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