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Matthew E. White

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Drawing from a deep well of regional influences like Randy Newman, Allen Toussaint, and Alan Lomax, Richmond, Virginia-based singer/songwriter/arranger Matthew E. White specializes in a meticulously crafted blend of reggae-infused folk-gospel, tropicalia, swirling indie pop, and Stax-era R&B. Raised in an evangelical household by missionary parents (he spent four years in the Philippines) and nourished on the sounds of Curtis Mayfield, Caetano Veloso, the Band, and Brian Wilson, White has collaborated with like-minded artists such as Megafaun, Sharon Van Etten, the Mountain Goats, Ken Vandermark, and Justin Vernon, as well as toured and recorded as the leader of avant-garde jazz band Fight the Big Bull. The soulful and colorful Big Inner, his debut album for Spacebomb, an imprint he founded for the Hometapes label, was released in 2012. Big Inner cultivated a cult following, showing up on several year-end critics lists, and peaking at 19 on Billboard's Heatseekers chart. White continued to work on various projects for his Spacebomb label—including the eponymous 2015 debut by singer/songwriter Natalie Prass—and then released his second solo album, Fresh Blood, in March of '15.

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Nacido(a):

14 de agosto de 1982 en Virginia Beach, VA

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Años de actividad:

'10s

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