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Sounds like: Katy Kirby, Hailey Blais, Lucy Dacus
Tags: female vocalist, pop, indie folk
Why do we like this?
Kaylen Alan Krebsbach, aka Wilma Laverne Miner, possesses a sweet yet edgy songwriter style. Originally based in Missoula, Montana, Kresbach hit the road touring for the greater part of the last decade with bands like Kississippi and Buddy Wakefield.
The folk-rock twinged production across the Used To EP has a dreamy and reverb-y guitar-based quality, always allowing for Kresbach's vocals to glimmer through. Building to an epic fuzzed out guitar solo, there's also a lot of room on this track to consider Kresbach's careful pensiveness as an upcoming solo voice.
Streaming source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PONwCen0TW8
Sounds like: Wilma Laverne Miner, Katy Kirby, Sharon Van Etten
Tags: Editor's Pick, pop, folk, Sharon Van Etten
Sounds like: Lucy Dacus, Renata Zeiguer, Cassandra Jenkins
Tags: Editor's Pick, female vocalist, indie rock, singer-songwriter
Sounds like: Bon Iver, James Blake
Tags: indie rock, acoustic, indie folk
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