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An Exquisite Artist

Madita's debut album is sure to stimulate the mind, starting with 'Ceylon,' a dreamy song similar to Portishead with her soft coos and emotion resonating throughout the track. Her vocal talent is similar Esthero, a smoky and sensual voice that breathes life into every lyric. Her songs vary from 'Ceylon,' an ode to trip-hop that switches directions on 'Monotony,' a song that could've easily been placed in the "Chicago" musical with it's light-hearted playfulness. The overall album has a consistent flow to it, a romantic aura reminiscent of a day/night in Paris. The record leaves the listener excited to hear more from Madita, and find out more about this mysterious siren.

iTunes always steers me into a new direction...of fresh music (to me at least)

Her voice is very different and she reminds me of Nelly Furtado, but listen to a few tracks and I think you'll begin to undestand that. Her music behind her is beautiful, and her lyrics are good. I don't know much about this woman, but she sounds very fresh and new to me. So far, I like "Has to be", " Wannabe" "Pushing" "June" & "Intime". She also reminds me of Amel Larrieux, at first, I thought it was her for a second. But, Madita has something about her...I just like. If you like discovering new sounds and new artists, give this girl a chance...and try her out...follow your musical tastes.

Great for Setting the Mood

Relax, have a drink with some friends and discuss whether Madita's downbeat vocal stylings resemble the chill-out albums of Olive and Vanessa Daou, or a nu-jazz take on the Brazilian Girls' Sabina Sciubba. Maybe this album is just quirky enough that none of those comparisons is quite fair. Break beats and electronic buzz aside (She and her producer are not as adventurous as Roisin Murphy or Bjork), it's still safe enough for a dinner party.

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