It's nearly midnight and I'm still at work trying to finish up a rather large project. Music is keeping me from passing out on the keyboard from hunger so while I wait for my turn at the file I thought I would put up this long overdue post.
When hungry and overworked my brain instantly finds solace in acoustic music. Honestly, after a long an intense Dubstep trip listening to Nadeah Odile is just what I needed to unwind.
Watson and I don't speak as often as I'd like but when we do she always introduces me to some gorgeous music. If I understood french I would tell you more about this woman but since I can barely write a correct sentence in English this will be an emotional opinion.
It's been a while since I've seen someone so confident in her own skin. In this day and age finding an artist who is better live than he/she is recorded is so hard, but Nadeah is a class apart. Her rough bluesy vocals accompanied by her fantastic band evoke all sorts of emotion inside you. Of course it doesn't hurt the fact that she is gorgeous to look at.
Something about her brings back memories of a school band I was part of. We would sit on the auditorium floor our drummer with her table and me with our school song book making up songs we thought were terribly intense and meaningful. Our music wasn't fabulous but it was so much damn fun. All the best music starts on a pavement.
Below are two of my Nadeah favourites. They're both poles apart when it comes to mood but that just proves how versatile she is as a singer. If anyone happens to know where I can download her music, buy an album, or translate the french I would be eternally grateful.