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Editors’ Notes

This Australian singer/songwriter seems to luxuriate in melancholy here rather than be extinguished by it. Best known for her work with her brother Angus, Stone makes her first solo album a chamber-pop affair dressed up in sparse but well-tailored acoustic guitars, pianos and strings. Her breathy, softly aching voice — reminiscent of Victoria Bergsman, Lay Low and similar downbeat chanteuses — lends her confessional lyrics an intimacy that’s both captivating and disquieting. The romantic obsession of “This Love” and “My Baby” borders on masochism; the horrific scenes within “Winter On the Weekend” are downright disturbing. Stone softens things with the bouncy, horn-inflected “Catastrophe!” (a happier song than its title indicates) and the whimsical “Where Does the Love Go.” But such tracks are outnumbered by bleak, brooding pieces like “What’s Wrong with Me?” and “Maybe.” The Memory Machine takes the listener to dark corners of the heart and psyche with delicate, often haunting artistry and a clear-eyed sense of purpose.

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What Happened?

What happened... Don't get me wrong I love Julia, but what happened to Angus? It's always been them to. That's why they were called "Angus and Julia Stone". They are siblings... so what happened to him. Yes, Julia was the main singer of the two, but didn't mean she had to go solo. I don't know the details, but I hope Angus is alright. But I'm only giving this 3 stars because Angus isn't in it. But I really like how Julia kept her same signature style. So 5 stars on her part. :) But I want Angus back.

yay :)

julia has held onto her same whimsical style :) i love your voice!


These are pretty good songs:)


Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Australian singer/songwriter Julia Stone spent her formative years in the city of Newport (just north of Sydney) with her brother Angus. Having been raised in a musical household (her parents performed as a folk duo), it wasn't long before Julia and her brother began playing as well. The duo released a pair of critically acclaimed albums in 2007 and 2010 that showcased Julia's haunting, breathy vocal style and composition skills. Stone embarked on a solo career in 2012 with the release...
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