I won’t quote the ‘reference points’ mentioned in the Press Sheet that arrived with the e-mail, because in all honesty I was ready to just skip over the content when I read them. But I’m glad I took the time out to listen to these three tracks, and kept a patient and open mind when listening to them.
They are simply excellent! Not punk; not psych; not artrock ….. but most certainly worthy of a wider audience than just those who may be fans of this style of music.
‘Brownian Motion’ is the three-track debut EP by Warwickshire-based singer-songwriter EMILY BROWNE.
Compelling, soulful and unmistakably English, Browne’s vocal prowess is fully revealed across three strikingly original compositions. From the ironic jazz-tinged dynamics of “Stood Still“ through the porcelain-fragile danse macabre of “She Crazy“ to the exuberant funk of “Snap and Crackle“ which somehow thrives without pop.
I’ll not say any more, other than that if you’re reading this blog, chances are you like the kind of music I do, in which case you’ll enjoy the next ten and a half minutes. And id you’d like to find out more about Emily, then you can check out her website, here.