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Steph Casey

I’m Steph Casey, a singer songwriter from Wellington, New Zealand, and my debut studio album Whisper & Holler is being released on June 28, 2013. The style of my music is a mix of indie-folk/pop, americana, and soul.

Influences are Lucinda Williams, Over the Rhine, Rickie Lee Jones, Gillian Welch, The Be Good Tanyas, The Civil Wars, The Swell Season, and New Zealand artists Anika Moa, Hollie Smith, and The Woolshed Sessions.

Whisper & Holler is being distributed by Rhythmethod and will be in stores nation-wide in New Zealand, and available on itunes and Spotify. The album was recorded in Wellington at The Surgery studios by multi award-winning engineer Lee Prebble, with production consultant Age Pyor (Fly My Pretties, Wellington International Ukulele Orchestra), and an all-star cast of musicians from The Phoenix Foundation, Lawrence Arabia and the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, among other celebrated New Zealand acts.

Free downloads to two of the album tracks are here:

NICE TO ALMOST KNOW YOU
http://soundcloud.com/steph-casey/nice-to-almost-know-you

HEADLONG
http://soundcloud.com/steph-casey/headlong-2013-album-version

Contact details:
email: sc.astrogirl@gmail.com
facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Steph-Casey-Music/192840020764661
Soundcloud: http://soundcloud.com/steph-casey
Twitter: @casey_steph
YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FFqUcolGUM4

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