Little Green Bud EP
I can’t tell whether it’s the Canadian’s delicately soulful voice or the eerie, wintry arrangements, but there is something deliciously creepy, yet so very enticing, about the music of Chloe Charles. Lying somewhere between the work of Etta James, Erykah Badu, Tori Amos, and Joanna Newsom, the Little Green Bud EP runs the gamut of folk influences, ranging from Laurel Canyon school to that of the chamber and freak varieties. Charles’ lilting, rich alto is striking and powerful, so its sets the tone for these five songs early, and carries the project quite easily upon its large, strong back.
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