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Natalie Walker

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biography
Electronic textures, intimate revelations – that’s the fundamental formula of Natalie Walker’s evocative, elemental, bluntly emotional new album, Spark (Dorado Records). Spark finds the Indiana-born, Colorado-based singer-songwriter, whose prior work has been heard on Grey’s Anatomy, Ugly Betty, Bones, 90210, Smallville and Entourage, among other places, hitting a new creative plateau. With her richly expressive vocals floating in elegant, spacious instrumental settings, Walker explores powerfully personal territory on tracks like the reflective “I Found You,” the questing “Sunday Afternoon,” the gorgeous life lesson “Mars” and the delicate first single, “Uptight.” She also shows her adventurous side, feeling the rush of a humid Brooklyn night in the sensuous “Cool Kids” and diving headfirst into desire on the swooning “Against the Wall.”

Spark – which also includes a ravishing cover of the Smashing Pumpkins’ “Galapogos” – occupies a sonic sweet spot between pop and electronica, but it’s more attuned to the demands of her storytelling than to any musical pigeonhole. Walker crafted half the tracks with Ted Bruner (Katy Perry, Ke$ha, Plain White T’s) and half with Dan Chen and ... (+) expand
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faberex (level 43) wrote:
I think the way Adam sings in is way better. He wrote the lyrics, he feels what they mean every time he sings it.
1 year ago
Binarby (level 29) wrote:
OK, how can you have existed all this time and the vibrations never hit my ears, never made me feel, again, that blisshit, yo
1 year ago
gretchen (level 35) wrote:
such beautiful music... hope You will come back and post some more

♬ ♩ ♭ ♪ ♥
1 year ago
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