Tag Archives: Alanis Morrissette

Venus Blake Connects Us To Our Heart Through The Other Side of Midnight

1 Feb

Take one listen to Venus Blake and you will hear such a strong vocal sound that can only be described as musical darkness and magic. Some standout tracks from The Other Side of Midnight include Red Wine and Love We Lost. Overall Venus Blake’s sound mixes a blend of piano instrumentals and beautiful vocal hymns in the background of accompanying vocalists. When listeners listen to her, they will immediately notice a heaviness in her lyrics and sound. This is simply what contributes to her greatness and the overall standout quality of this album. Similar female artists would definitely be Amy Lee from Evanescence and Alanis Morrissette. With some standout lyrics from Red Wine “cry me an ocean, don’t know what else I can do”, her lyrics connect her right to the heart emotion and feeling of overall melancholy.

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Lillimure Taps Into The Meaning Behind Success In Single Something

15 Apr

Lillimure’s breathtaking voice will captivate listeners in her latest single Something. If you thought what the combination of spoken word, jazz music, and a strong female singer of a band would yield, it’s definitely Lillimure. Following her debut EP Canvas, she continues to impress her audience with depth alongside her signature vocals. With lyrics such as “I try to stay so untouched by this world, but everyday I don’t know”, she taps into a combination of self reflecting and speaking about the world in her music. When thinking about who her voice is similar to, one can source the talents of Norah Jones, Alanis Morrissette, and Vanessa Carlton. At just 19 years old, her singing places her in a category of musicians who have a developed and recognizable voice. When listening to this single, listeners will not only hear confidence, but a wide variety of range that she carries within the runs of Something. Dial up the radar for 2019’s ones to watch with Lillimure on your next playlist.

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