more about the music
What happens when a German singer-songwriter living in Moscow teams up with a lyricist who writes in English? You could call it Expatriate Jazz: Songs that are thoughtful, sophisticated, and expressive.
A clear, supple voice with a wide stylistic range, in turns playful and in-your-face, tender and vulnerable, cool and detached, but always expressive and emotive. A band of up-and-coming, highly accomplished session musicians from Moscow. Music that defies easy classification. Arranged for piano, bass, and drums, it owes a lot to traditional Jazz, but the composer does not copy anyone else’s style: instead, she creates her own – one that is inventive, very personal, and unique. In short, a remarkable album.