Carla Morrison’s one-girl band is comprised of a Boss XL20 loops pedal, a tambourine, a melodic guitar, a Casio vintage keyboard and a mic. You couldn’t tell from the sweet, minimalistic, melancholic “Esta soledad,” the song of the week at iTunes Latino. The Mexican-born singer has often been compared to Feist and Joanna Newsom, and her voice carries hints of Lafourcade – if only Natalia indulged in songs where she never laughed at herself, but rather steeped her anger and ennui in guitar chords.
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