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Sunday, August 26, 2018

Natalie Evans: Multi-Instrumental Songwriting

Sunday, August 26, 2018

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Natalie Evans (Small Town Recordings) for Sunny Stuart Winter

In my most recent interview, I sat down with multi-instrumentalist Natalie Evans, ahead of her European tour with Canadian band Gulfer.

Having released her incredible album ‘Better At Night’ through Small Pond Recordings, I wanted to get a better understanding of Natalie’s experiences, especially those that influenced her songwriting. I’ve always been fascinated with multi-instrumentalists and how the various instrument choices shape the way they produce music and lyrics, so we touch upon that in the video below.

Natalie also describes the process for her self-animated ‘Lyre song’ music video which she painstakingly produced herself with stop-motion. It is exactly this kind of DIY creativity that excites me. It truly brings out the essence of the creator and I always feel like you connect more deeply with artists who create something so intimate themselves.

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Such Great Heights: The Podcast

As many of you are aware, it’s been quite some time since the last episode of the Such Great Heights podcast with Dr. Jennifer Otter Bickerdike. After ‘Season 1’ ended with seven episodes, I focused on creating shorter form interviews that I could get out quicker as the editing process of each podcast generally took 12+ hours of editing to bring out its full entertaining potential.

However, I’ve been plotting a list of the next batch of guests I would love to sit down with and talk to as part of the original long-form podcast. I will be starting to contact these people this week, in the hope that we can sit down in the coming month to start up season 2. If you have any recommendations or think you have important advice or stories to share, then please get in touch.

Recently, at the Heavy Music Awards (blog post coming soon), I was introduced to someone who recognised me from hosting duties on Such Great Heights. It’s those moments, when people connect with the content so much that it leaves a lasting impression, that really means a lot and makes it even more worthwhile than it already is. So thanks for that!

Please be patient. Trying to juggle a full time job in the Music Industry (cue sob story), relationships and creative content is often tough but not futile. So, yeah, bear with me and you will soon be rewarded with some longer conversations. I'm so excited to meet new and old peers to discuss their experiences, advice and stories.

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Until next time…







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