Louise Aubrie Late44
This artist splits her time between London and New York. Louise Aubrie pumps out powerful pop with a healthy dose of rock and punk. Her latest release, Late 44 is an excellent ten-track release. Every song entertains from start to finish. Produced at Abbey Road Studio, the producers and the musicians totally clicked to create an amazing sounding work… Superbly done! I honestly can find nothing bad to say about this release. I love it!
The music is packed with powerful guitar and vocals. While all the musicians performed awesome on this album, moving perfectly as one, I was drawn to the guitar work and vocals. They are superb. Check out how well she uses her dynamic and powerful voice, like an extra instrument at times, on Next to Nothing. The punkish guitar riffs on Winter Dolour. The nice crunchy guitar on Tearjerker. Seriously folks, every track on this release is a treat.
At the risk of sounding like an infomercial, “but wait there is more”, the great guitar and the punk sound mixed with some blues on Perfect Battle Cry. And, yes, there is even more… I will touch on that later.
The tracks on Late44 are:
- Perfect Battle Cry
- Winter Dolour
- Too Late
- Next To Nothing
- Kiss Of Life
- One False Move
- Please Don’t Touch
The musicians on Late44 are:
- Louise Aubrie – Vocals
- Tom Edwards – Guitars
- Boz Boorer – Additional Guitars
- Joe Holweger – Bass
- David Ruffy – Drums and Percussion
- James Knight – Piano and Keys
- Recorded at Abbey Road Studios, London
- Mixed at Knight Time Studios, London
- Engineered by Gordon Davidson at Abbey Road Studios
- Mixed and Produced by James Knight at Knight Time Studios
- Mastered by Denis Blackham at Skye Mastering
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If you are a regular reader, you know I also double back and search for more tracks by the artist. Of course, I did the same for this talent. I am pleased to tell you that her previously released music is just as wonderful and creative as her latest. She does instrumentals which are acoustic, electric and creatively use whistling. She strongly possesses one of the characteristics I love most in musicians, eclecticism. She has released material that is much less punkish and softer as well as much more. I am honestly at a total loss picking a favorite tune by this gem of an artist.
Furthermore, I think she is very nice to watch. I am not being sexist here. I am simply saying that she seems to be a great performer. In my life, I have been disappointed by bands that sound great having the live presence of a cardboard grocery display. She is far from that. Whether performing solo in front of a Marshall amp or interacting with the rest of the band, she puts on an entertaining show. Check out the video below as evidence.