Julie Byrne, a singer-songwriter from upstate New York, debuted with
Rooms With Walls and Windows (2014).
Not Even Happiness (Ba Da Bing, 2017) found an elegant balance between
folk music and new-age music.
Natural Blue, for example, sounds like an odd hybrid of Enya and Donovan.
The highlight is the
stately dream-pop caressed by dejected synths I Live Now as a Singer,
a rare case of intimate music that seem to come from another dimension.
Make it longer, and it could be a Jane Siberry
tour de force.
On the other hand, Sleepwalker boast enough energy to sound like a
cover of some Leo Kottke country sonata,
and the pastoral singalong Melting Grid sounds like a
Fairport Convention leftover.
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