In joining our series of emerging talents, aspiring pop artist Cat Cavelli launches with a truly all encompassed dramatic presence.
The London based artiste strikes out on a confident note of alternative pop nature, delivering power house vocals amidst rousingly electronic orchestrated atmospheric soundscapes.
Cat’s self assured vocal delivery pairs in with the performance styles somewhere between those of Paloma Faith and Lana Del Rey with a left-of-field pop sensible touch of Lykke Li surfacing through Cat’s potently dynamic musical arrangements.
Here revealed through introductory pieces “Cruel Melody” and “Death Do Us Part”, the blend is impeachably darkly eclective in its melodramatic impact and resonance.
Pointers that I therefore feel derive from both of these compelling compositions are indicating through my trusty goosebump-o-meter that we could well be seeing a lot more from Cat Cavelli as her sublimely focused and intoxicating manner is everyway in a champions league of her own extraordinary uniqueness.