Kate Schutt

Kate Schutt

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Jazz - Swing | Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Total Song Plays: 383   
Member Since: 2005
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brokenworld

Startlingly raw, the songs on "brokenworld" stare down the barrel of smoking subjects as the power dynamics of a love affair, the brutal beating that...

brokenwingtrick

Schutt's live debut cover album, "brokenwingtrick," reinterprets such classics as Aretha Franklin's "Freeway of Love," David Bowie's "Rebel Rebel,"...

broken

A Hendrix-inspired, runaway train version of "Autumn Leaves." "Over the Rainbow" played on a Sears and Roebucks guitar, exposing a haunting...

heart shot EP - LIMITED EDITION

Heart-Shot is a limited edition EP with handmade artwork, done on a printing press. This is Kate's fourth album on Wild Whip Records. It features...

paper crown project EP - LIMITED EDITION

This, the second of Kate's series of LIMITED EDITION EPs, features drums, turntables, pedal steel, and, of course, Kate's 8 string playing and...

brokenwingtrick

Pop - Alternative

Schutt's live debut cover album, "brokenwingtrick," reinterprets such classics as Aretha Franklin's "Freeway of Love," David Bowie's "Rebel Rebel," and Cole Porter's "Summertime." The landscape of the album seems familiar enough - 80s pop favorites and other, less well-known gems - but Schutt's tour through this pop cultural countryside is simultaneously fascinating and unsettling: Cyndi Lauper's "Time After Time" builds to a beautiful, yet terrifying rage and the spare, quiet mood of Tina Turner's "What's Love Got to Do With It" set the lyrics spinning. "Kate Schutt might play a lot of cover tunes," says The Brandeis Justice, "but she is no mere cover artist...She has been endowed with the remarkable ability to take any song she happens across and make it distinctly her own." Schutt's re-workings on this album are distinctive and thought provoking in their scope, their subtlety, and their sincerity. She has reached that precarious place of balance where the interpretations sound fresh yet inevitable.

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