Lucía approaches to feminine voices as Laura Veirs, Ani DiFranco or Jewel, but we cannot find unique influences in Sevigny in any case: it is necessary to listen to her music without hurries... The great variety of sonorous atmospheres indicates us we are in front of a presentation album, a small sample of the musical ways of Sevigny. Waiting for this look has soundtrack format; Moon's Romance would be ideal to listen while the breeze caresses you in the last hours of beach; Collapse smells to the closing hour of a jazz club and draws with the smoke Tom Waits's silhouette... or the extremely delicate vision of Ryan Adams' When the stars go blue, towards the end of the album. Definitively, Melalcoholic is Sevigny's first enormous step, a dream dyed of green and blue that takes form in the design of the album, designed by the proper artist.
Melancholy courts us always too close, and that album offers us a window to decide how and when we want to submerge in it. Sevigny on live Sevigny’s music has been strolling along the most of the Galician stages (La Iguana, Capitol, etc.) proving that it is original, refreshingly basic and surprising. And the praise has come from the specialized journalists: "the hard revelation of the year -La Voz de Galicia-", "a great voice for great songs -Empuje-", "a real surprise ... just around the corner -Desconcierto-" ... Almost two years after the launching of the album, Sevigny’s music has deepened its roots and has been soaked in jazz, electronic influences… much more elaborated and eclectic definitively.
If not long ago she was riding alone on tour, nowadays is accompanied by her band: Ruben Appratto (bass) and Xulio Vazquez (drums and percussions) clothe the artist with a much more enveloped atmosphere and they all together give the audience a complete musical show, more dynamic. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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