Mon, Sep 17, 2012

Brooklyn-based artist Doe Paoro describes her music as “Ghost Soul,” characterized by a dolorous, ethereal sound that evokes the resurrection of “a choir of ghosts who haven’t completely detached from the human experience.”Her newest release Slow To Love was largely inspired by her solo journey through the Himalayas this past year. The haunting vocals encountered throughout are strongly influenced by her in-depth study of Lhamo—a powerful, unusual and vocally acrobatic Tibetan-style opera.

Paoro has been compared to Adele, Lykke Li and James Blake, but her haunting vocals and spacious arrangements are singular, realized in a state of sorrow without bitterness, passion without pretense. 

 Have a listen to our favorite tracks below: 
Born WholeCan’t Leave YouBody Games Listen to the full album here.

Paoro will be headlining our upcoming showcase this Wednesday at Pianos. Tickets are $8. Grab them below!

Buy Tickets

Brooklyn-based artist Doe Paoro describes her music as “Ghost Soul,” characterized by a dolorous, ethereal sound that evokes the resurrection of “a choir of ghosts who haven’t completely detached from the human experience.”

Her newest release Slow To Love was largely inspired by her solo journey through the Himalayas this past year. The haunting vocals encountered throughout are strongly influenced by her in-depth study of Lhamo—a powerful, unusual and vocally acrobatic Tibetan-style opera.

Paoro has been compared to Adele, Lykke Li and James Blake, but her haunting vocals and spacious arrangements are singular, realized in a state of sorrow without bitterness, passion without pretense.

Have a listen to our favorite tracks below:

Born Whole
Can’t Leave You
Body Games

Listen to the full album here.

Paoro will be headlining our upcoming showcase this Wednesday at Pianos. Tickets are $8. Grab them below!

Buy Tickets
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