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Most recent release, Bethany (EP, 2004)
Björk with a touch of Susan Court in the vocals
Her press says:Borrowed beats from broken toys, broken hearts, lost things found again Bethany has emerged with a subtle yet provocative take on electronic pop. 'Wildly extreme even bizarre with a very inward, incredibly personal voice.' (David Harrington; Kronos Quartet).Umm, yes. Sort of lounge-y with soft, dreamy-but-edgy vocals and heavy percussion. (Neile)
Recommended first album:
We believe the Bethany EP is her sole release to date
Bethany (EP, 2004)
Recommended for fans of the unique
Crooning, whispery, moody half-talking layered vocals over interesting and odd percussion. Only five tracks but still somehow impressive. Just on the verge of being experimental, but not toppling over. Very interesting. (Neile)
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