Electronic album (unreleased) by singer-songwriter Nicole Andrews (Wellington, New Zealand)

 
Love spread across an ambient deathscape
— Brad Jenkins (NZ SOUNZ Composer)

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Donate here to help me fund this project: http://bit.ly/BoostNicole Here's a sneak peek of my new song Cauterize during album production. We're just messing around with some other synth sounds here.

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Album: A Stranger

Bio

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Originally from Portland Oregon, Nicole Andrews has gained recognition in Wellington New Zealand as an up and coming artist to watch out for. Known for her haunting vocals and melancholic piano ballads, Nicole has now moved towards a more electronic feel, incorporating a Prophet 6 synthesizer in her writings for her upcoming second album. The album is currently underway in the studio, with Thomas Voyce (Rhombus) producing it.

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Reviews

Reviews of Nicole's first album, In the Shallows

“It’s tough to shift the Tori Amos comparisons for Portland-raised, now Wellington based Nicole Andrews - all rolling piano and rich, epically angst-ridden vocals. The powerful string-backed Pixelated Roses, with its anger, ashes and warning to “run and hide,” is a highlight, but for those who like their femininity fierce and fearless the pace doesn’t drop until Andrews calls Time at the end.”


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LISTENER MAGAZINE ALBUM REVIEW: HTTP://BIT.LY/2CFV0OY

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“It’s tough to shift the Tori Amos comparisons for Portland-raised, now Wellington based Nicole Andrews - all rolling piano and rich, epically angst-ridden vocals. The powerful string-backed Pixelated Roses, with its anger, ashes and warning to “run and hide,” is a highlight, but for those who like their femininity fierce and fearless the pace doesn’t drop until Andrews calls Time at the end.”

NZ MUSICIAN ALBUM REVIEW: HTTP://BIT.LY/1OLD4RA

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“Nicole is not only a gifted songwriter with a most pleasant singing voice, but to be so instantly comparable so early to two important and iconic female performers [Tori Amos and Kate Bush] speaks for itself. Hopefully not one to fall under the radar. This lady is a bit special.”  
Ania Glowacz

WELLINGTON CITY LIBRARY ALBUM REVIEW: HTTP://BIT.LY/1MWWRVE

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Sometimes an album arrives that just seems to have everything going for it: Great song-writing, amazing vocals, fantastic production. [...] You can really hear the length of time spent honing the lyrics & arrangements until the beautifully rich piano driven songs really shine. 
Mark Le sueur

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Purchases of debut album in 2015-16 by gender

Unique visitors to website in 2016 by location


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Contact Nicole

Email: NicoleAndrewsMusic@gmail.com

Phone: +642102415802