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Daniel Bernard Roumain is a violinist whose strokes tell a compelling narrative. He guides ballerinas with his lightest, most fluid touch, yet the next instant he is relentless, treating his classical instrument like a homemade fiddle.
Charmingly nerdy, and with a penchant for hip-hop, London-based electro pop group Hot Chip have made a career out of defying classification. Review.
Upon the UK release of her hit single “Mercy,” Aimee Anne Duffy became the first Welsh female to top the pop charts in over two decades. Following her radio success, Duffy brings us her first album, Rockferry.
Julliard-trained violinist Christina Courtin’s self produced EP, Christina Courtin’s Running Kicks (2006), is a testament to good education and quirky giftedness. As a songwriter, Courtin offers ironic, proverbial lyrics.
2006′s Jehro, an album inspired by Caribbean and American grassroots music, is much like a sonic companion to the lives of everyday people.