Sarah Fimm | Rock and Roll Star

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Rock and Roll Star

by Sarah Fimm

A sultry, galvanic collection of sound waves to incite the undiscovered hallways of the human imagination, with legendary musicians: David Baron (Lenny Kravitz, Michael Jackson) and Brian Viglione (Dresden Dolls/Violent Femmes)
Genre: Electronic: Electronica
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From BILLBOARD.com

White Birds
Sarah Fimm's 2004 album "Nexus" was a stunning celestial journey, while 2002's "A Perfect Dream" contained a chilling, isolated beauty. Thankfully, 2009 heralds new delights from the singer/songwriter. The title track to the EP "White Birds" has the same lofty quality, but Fimm has migrated to a warmer climate. Soft tones invitingly gurgle as she artfully positions each synthesizer, their gossamer sounds gently resonating. Violins join in, dipping and sawing with carefree ease. "White Birds" can fit a variety of moods; you can unwind to it in a hot bath or ignite a promising romantic spark. Visit www.whitebirdsep.com for other winsome selections.—Christa L. Titus

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Sarah Fimm - White Birds EP
It's been a while since we last heard from singer / songwriter Sarah Fimm. When news broke out that she was preparing to release not one but three EPs, we were ecstatic. Apparently, the long wait was because she refuses to release something less than stellar. With the release of the first of the three planned EPs (two of which are set for 2009), titled White Birds, everything became clear. It isn't just stellar, it's a supermassive black hole that sucked me right in. The delicious trip-hop beats, the meditative melodies, the haunting vocals -- perhaps even the feeling of solitude as I close my eyes and listen to the new music unaware of the world around me -- all point towards just how magnificent this moving piece of musical art is. One more thing you should know besides how wonderful this EP is, is that Sarah is giving away the EP for free! So, if I somehow piqued your interest in Sarah Fimm's music, head on over to the EP's website at http://www.whitebirdsep.com/ and download the whole EP. Thank you Sarah for giving us such a precious gift!


From SPUTNIKMUSIC.com
"It isn't often that you stumble across a free album that truly holds your attention and leaves you looking for more....
This diverse range of talent that also includes cello, violin and viola players pretty much ensures that every song is going to have its own personality. That means that even though opening track, “Counting Waves”, seems to imply that the album is going to be full of catchy, mid-paced acoustic folk, it only takes one listen to the gloomy trip-hop of the following track, “Let it Run” to realize that it isn’t the case. Upon further listening, it turns out that there’s also moving, synth-driven songs (Tamara Song) along side mellow piano pieces (Fly) and ambient soundscapes (White Birds). The amazing thing is that despite the variation, the album never sounds disjointed or pieced together."

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