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Brittany Bosco

By Lizelle Jackson | November 11, 2008

Taking cues from Janelle Monae‘s futuristic personna, new comer Brittany Bosco channels her inner femme bot with songs like “Glitch” and “City of Nowhere” from her debut EP, Spectrum. Unlike Monae however, Bosco brings to the table a much more jazzy and soulful electro sound. Picture her a lounge singer at her piano on “Blues for Blue”, or catch her slightly off kilter, multi-tracked vocals (think Georgia Anne Muldrow), on “Black Keys”. If your looking for an album that has a little bit of everything, this is definitely it. I’m diggin’ it….what do you think? Oh, and for those of you in NY, check her out at S.O.B‘s on Nov. 19th. Grab the EP for free here

Topics: Electronic, Jazz, Soul | 2 Comments »

2 Responses to “Brittany Bosco”

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