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Reviews: Courtney Ariel ~ Self-Titled EP
Posted on Sunday, May 03, 2009 @ 11:32:13 UTC
Topic: Reviews

Artist: Courtney Ariel

CD: Self-Titled EP

Home: San Diego, California

Style: Singer/Songwriter

Quote: "Her vocals are what stand out most about each song, particularly on the final, piano-laden track 'Dream Writer.'"

By Peter Braidis

Courtney Ariel is a singer/songwriter from San Diego by way of Atlanta and has a mix of warm styles that show on each of the three tracks on her self-titled EP. The songs are predominantly acoustic, with each track accenting her voice. Her vocals are what stand out most about each song, particularly on the final, piano-laden track "Dream Writer." "Cheaters" is a mellow number with some subtle strings and the catchiest of the material, is the opener "Cherry Sunshine."

The main problem here is that it's all a little too coffeehouse or bookstore and a little safe. However, this EP is a promising start, and maybe Courtney can take some chances on a full length effort.

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