Alternative Nu-jazz artist Caroline Ty releases a brand new bittersweet love EP

Alternative Nu-jazz artist Caroline Ty releases a brand new bittersweet love EP entitled: 'You Will Always Want More (and Never What Is In Your Hand)'. Available as a digital download from 24th September 2012
You Will Always Want More...EP (cover image)
You Will Always Want More...EP (cover image)
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Sept. 20, 2012 - PRLog -- Infusing Nu-jazz with alternative pop and rhythmical electro-ska, the fourth EP from Caroline Ty is a collection of 4 bittersweet love songs. Shaking sense into self indulgent post-love suffering, a chocolaty dark, bluesy vocal combines with an hors d'oeuvres of samples, twisted trumpet and double bass.Twisted tales sing of clinging onto love, getting over love and daring to love set against the backdrop of the London summer riots of 2011 and stolen lazy afternoon moments.

London born songwriter Caroline Ty produces alternative Nu-jazz-pop with dark bluesy vocals and richly lyrical song themes, a fusion of electronic and organic. Music you can dance to, but with a dark undertone somewhere in the chord changes, as if not all is well at the party. Influenced musically by artists such as Dead can Dance, Pet Shop Boys and Massive Attack. Inspired vocally by expressive singers like Nina Simone and Dusty Springfield, who tell the story of the song sincerely and without vocal acrobatics. Lyrical influences are songwriters like Nick Cave, Guy Garvey and Leonard Cohen, who use strong imaginary and original poetic language.

Recorded and produced by Caroline Ty in her studio in Kent, England all four tracks are self-penned and performed with mixing and mastering at Transmission Studios based in Hove.

Available from all major digital music sites including itunes and Amazon. Distributed by CDBaby

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