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Most recent release, Carving Out The Universe (2006)
Nadia Hope records electronic music of great power and suggestion. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Recommended first album:
Carving Out The Universe is her debut
Carving Out The Universe (2006)
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Michael Pfaeffle—keyboards, programming
Nadia Hope and Michael Pfaeffle
Nadia Hope's music is clearly ectronic and her vocal are utterly gorgeous throughout. She has a splendid line in widescreen cinematic songs that fit well together. Opener "Skye" is sinuous and utterly entrancing. "Blossom" is sensitive and well-played gem of a song that recalls a poppier Björk. "That way" is faintly like later Bel Canto, poppy and exotic in an ethereal kind of a way. "Angels all around" is cute and bouncy. Hope's made a persuasive debut album. (email@example.com)
Thanks to firstname.lastname@example.org for work on this entry.
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