Country of origin:
Type of music generally:
Most recent release, The Eleanor Islands (2013)
Lisa Loeb Juliana Hatfield, Lisa Cerbone, Tanya Donnelly, occasionally a little like Karen Peris of Innocence Mission or Lisa Germano
Mostly own, occasional covers
Blake Hazard has a high, thin, dreamy voice and sings pop songs á la Lisa Loeb or Juliana Hatfield, or maybe a little like her friend, Tanya Donnelly. (email@example.com)
Recommended first album:
little airplane is the only one we've heard
Places that carry U.S. indie releases, CDBaby.com
Recommended for altpop fans
Blake Hazard—guitar, vocals
John Dragonetti—drums, samples, guitar
A nice collection of songs and Blake Hazard sings with an assurance that gives her indiepop sound authority and maturity. She doesn't have a strong voice, but it matches her overall sound. There are some electronic touches here, but they don't dominate the stripped-down sound. The songs here have pop yearning, energy, and charm. Fans of indiepop will like this a lot. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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