The six-song EP is a stunning experience of the female songwriter’s ability to merge her organic and sincere emotional experience with the contemporary vehicle of electronic production. She has created a fashionably surreal and masterful statement that showcases the solo act in a new light of grandiose female pop.
Powell evokes depth with her lyrics, narratives that ask us to not only look at ourselves but laugh at ourselves, as well. The songs move back and forth between extrovert and introvert, toying with a traditional pop album structure and inviting the fine tuning of a woman mad with a love of her craft. Powell stands on her own baring fresh-faced self-expression in both her recordings and live performances.
Boy Angel EP out via Universally Handsome August 25, 2015.
Produced by Lindsay A. Powell
Vocals Recorded by Brian Mackewich/Lindsay A. Powell/John Terelle
Synths Recorded by Lindsay A. Powell/David Lackner
Bass by Lindsay A. Powell/Aaron Dugan
Mixed by Lindsay A. Powell
Mastered by Mike Tucci at Engine Room
I love the intensity of the track FATAL. It build up and up to the final climax. The other tracks on the EP are also great though a bit more experimental, and less accessible, but give me an indication of the Debby Friday sound and (hopefully) future direction. graham_m_eldridge