Coming from the dirty end of Rock ‘n’ Roll; owning band rehearsal rooms in Leicester for a number of years, Caroline McLavy emerged with an electro pop album quite possibly as polar opposite to her day job as it can musically get! But as it goes ‘Electrostatic’ has plenty of hard-core grinding bass lines and provocative lyrics so maybe there’s more influence there than she cares to admit. The 11 tracks wander around relationship issues, social anxiety, dancing like your life depends on it, facing depression, general frustration with humanity and to finalise an end track about battling with bailiffs. What’s surprising is that with a gentle vocal, catchy pop melodies and uplifting synths, you hardly even notice. Caroline McLavy wants to tell you her story with her album. ‘Electrostatic’ just wants to be put on repeat.
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Coming from the dirty end of Rock ‘n’ Roll; owning band rehearsal rooms in Leicester for a number of years, Caroline McLavy emerged with an electro pop album quite possibly as polar opposite to her day job as it can musically get! But as it goes ‘Electrostatic’ has plenty of hard-core grinding bass lines and provocative lyrics so maybe there’s more influence there than she cares to admit. The 11 tracks wander around relationship issues, social anxiety, dancing like your life depends on it, facing depression, general frustration with humanity and to finalise an end track about battling with bailiffs. What’s surprising is that with a gentle vocal, catchy pop melodies and uplifting synths, you hardly even notice. Caroline McLavy wants to tell you her story with her album. ‘Electrostatic’ just wants to be put on repeat.
Radio Play The Shift Music (UK) Beyond the Dawn Radio (USA) RadioCoolio (Canada) Skerat's Eclectic Podcasts (Australia) Interviews Artist PR The Electricity Club RealSoundsOk - May 2016 (UK) Power of Perception Radio (USA) Beyond the Dawn Reviews Silicon Dreams The Electricity Club Indie Music Plus
Radio Play The Shift Music (UK) Beyond the Dawn Radio (USA) RadioCoolio (Canada) Skerat's Eclectic Podcasts (Australia) Interviews Artist PR The Electricity Club RealSoundsOk - May 2016 (UK) Power of Perception Radio (USA) Beyond the Dawn Reviews Silicon Dreams The Electricity Club Indie Music Plus
Coming from the dirty end of Rock ‘n’ Roll; owning band rehearsal rooms in Leicester for a number of years, Caroline McLavy emerged with an electro pop album quite possibly as polar opposite to her day job as it can musically get! But as it goes ‘Electrostatic’ has plenty of hard-core grinding bass lines and provocative lyrics so maybe there’s more influence there than she cares to admit. The 11 tracks wander around relationship issues, social anxiety, dancing like your life depends on it, facing depression, general frustration with humanity and to finalise an end track about battling with bailiffs. What’s surprising is that with a gentle vocal, catchy pop melodies and uplifting synths, you hardly even notice. Caroline McLavy wants to tell you her story with her album. ‘Electrostatic’ just wants to be put on repeat.
Radio Play The Shift Music (UK) Beyond the Dawn Radio (USA) RadioCoolio (Canada) Skerat's Eclectic Podcasts (Australia) Interviews Artist PR The Electricity Club RealSoundsOk - May 2016 (UK) Power of Perception Radio (USA) Beyond the Dawn Reviews Silicon Dreams The Electricity Club Indie Music Plus
Coming from the dirty end of Rock ‘n’ Roll; owning band rehearsal rooms in Leicester for a number of years, Caroline McLavy emerged with an electro pop album quite possibly as polar opposite to her day job as it can musically get! But as it goes ‘Electrostatic’ has plenty of hard-core grinding bass lines and provocative lyrics so maybe there’s more influence there than she cares to admit. The 11 tracks wander around relationship issues, social anxiety, dancing like your life depends on it, facing depression, general frustration with humanity and to finalise an end track about battling with bailiffs. What’s surprising is that with a gentle vocal, catchy pop melodies and uplifting synths, you hardly even notice. Caroline McLavy wants to tell you her story with her album. ‘Electrostatic’ just wants to be put on repeat.