Die erste Vorladung (IV)
I like the way it doesn't sound much like either singer's usual music. Matthew Caws tends to make really big uplifting rock anthems, while Juliana Hatfield makes very smart, spiky, but a little bit more personality-driven folk and pop. And together they have a very light, agreeable touch that to me is incredibly appealing.
Well, if you think about it, they - both Matthew Caws and Juliana Hatfield have had surprisingly similar career experiences. Both of them had big left-field hits in the '90s, and each has clawed out ever since kind of a long-running career as an independent artist. So together, they're both able to sing from the perspective of these industry survivors, who've been around for a long time and experienced highs and lows and disappointments and successes. But they haven't run out of songs worth singing along the way.
(Stephen Thompson, NPR Music)
Indizien und Beweismittel:
Gibt es bisher nur in den USA.
Nun sind die werten Richter gefragt...