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The Gold Rush

PRESS
…”Heavy, experimental…enthralling soundscapes……………..  ……….. ..
…”Lulling, funereal incantations”…..
"Serpentine guitars wrap themselves languidly around throbbing rhythms, atmospheric washes of cymbals and Velvet Underground-style tom-tom pattering. Emery’s keening vocals sometimes recall the icy starkness of Emmylou Harris’ high-lonesome delivery, but they’re layered over hypnotic, droning passages that evoke the spacey jams of the Doors and Mazzy Star.
"Slowly builds its own intoxicating momentum through an accumulation of subtle murmurs and distant echoes. Songs like “Ghosts” and “Down by the Water” sound just like their titles, with soft waves of gentle guitars and keyboards bubbling under spectral melodies that float away in the air like curling smoke.
"The local singer may still be largely unknown, but she’s already worked with Bob Dylan and Rickie Lee Jones, who recognize the incandescent power welling up in Emery’s distinctively, delicately sublime phrasing
- LA Weekly

PRESS

…”Heavy, experimental…enthralling soundscapes……………..  ……….. ..

…”Lulling, funereal incantations”…..

"Serpentine guitars wrap themselves languidly around throbbing rhythms, atmospheric washes of cymbals and Velvet Underground-style tom-tom pattering. Emery’s keening vocals sometimes recall the icy starkness of Emmylou Harris’ high-lonesome delivery, but they’re layered over hypnotic, droning passages that evoke the spacey jams of the Doors and Mazzy Star.

"Slowly builds its own intoxicating momentum through an accumulation of subtle murmurs and distant echoes. Songs like “Ghosts” and “Down by the Water” sound just like their titles, with soft waves of gentle guitars and keyboards bubbling under spectral melodies that float away in the air like curling smoke.

"The local singer may still be largely unknown, but she’s already worked with Bob Dylan and Rickie Lee Jones, who recognize the incandescent power welling up in Emery’s distinctively, delicately sublime phrasing

- LA Weekly


to know you

Say You Will  

Booking/Inquiries: nicoleevaemerymusic@yahoo.com

Management: Falcor at Neverending Story Management

"You might have seen Nicole Eva Emery around town when she sings backup vocals for the madcap art-folk singer-guitarist Jesca Hoop.  "A fanciful songwriter who surrounds her pastoral melodies with febrile, complex vocal arrangements,  who layers everything with ethereal high harmonies, giving Hoop’s music an icily beautiful allure. Emery’s own songs are similarly dreamy but with more of an introspective quietude that slowly builds its own intoxicating momentum through an accumulation of subtle murmurs and distant echoes. Songs like “Ghosts” and “Down by the Water” sound just like their titles, with soft waves of gentle guitars and keyboards bubbling under spectral
melodies that float away in the air like curling smoke. she’s already worked with Bob Dylan and Rickie Lee Jones, who recognize the incandescent power welling up in Emery’s distinctively, delicately sublime phrasing.” -  LA Weekly——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————-

   ————-Biography

Bed Across the Sea  with Jesca Hoop

Zion

Zion

Bob Dylan “Christmas in the Heart”

Featured on Bob Dylan’s Christmas Record. The Ditty Bops and I sang around one mic and tracked live with an amazing band and of course Dylan himself.