And here it is. My favorite song discovered in my MPMF15 listening.
I love this song so hard I want to marry it. That might be an exaggeration. That song would be difficult to cuddle with.
I am not often a fan of seeing electronic music performed live. Watching people work at computers isn’t a compelling visual for me. As one of my photographer friends said at Bunbury this year, “What’s pleasing to the ears is not necessarily pleasing to the eye.” And no better phrase can sum up my thoughts on seeing DJs or any other performer doing things with technology.
But I am curious to see what Amelia Meath makes of her vocal performance along side producer, Nick Sanborn. The duo come together in the most acoustically pleasing way with Meath’s vocals floating across time by laying the past on top of Sanborn’s modern beats. The contrast is alluring. If you love Portishead, this performance is a must.
Join me at Sylvan Esso on Saturday Sept. 26th at the Christian Moerlein stage at 1045.