Caity Fisher has this old punk rock feel to her- her lo-fi grit feels abrasive in the same way that you pop a tape into a cassette player and embrace all the fuzz and scratches. She’s got this really interesting vocal tone too- it’s got some depth to it, like she’s not concerned with sounding pretty. She’s got that similar cynicism and angst as Sharon Van Etten, but a bit less clean. Her melancholy croon suggests she’s lived through it all, but I think it’s a safe bet to assume she’s likely in She’s got a record release show on Nov. 30th at the Wunderbar in Edmonton. Find out more details here.
Nov 29th, 2011Nada Alic