Country of origin:
Type of music generally:
Most recent release, Electric Hum (2011)
Kyler England's music is all about sharp hooks and ringing melodies. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Recommended first album:
A Flower Grows in Stone is the only one we've heard
2003—Gypsy Rock Records—GRR5203
See website for availability
Kyler England—vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, keys, Snowed In choir
Richard Oliver Furch—keys, programming, electric guitars, backing vocals, cello, piano, basses, Snowed In choir
Richard Oliver Furch, except 3 tracks produced by Richard Oliver Furch & Judson Crane
Kyler England's music is radio-friendly and smooth. She avoids clichés by writing great songs and singing passionately. "Dead End" is especially great with its strident chorus and strong vocal. "Flawless" is an insightful song about being idealised by one's partner. "Snowed In" is funky and sweet. The song about the spacedog Laika is very touching.
Thanks to Anna Maria Stjärnell for work on this entry.
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