Stephanie Rearick

Stephanie Rearick

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Pop - Rock | Madison, Wisconsin, United States
Total Song Plays: 587   
Member Since: 2005
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Dreamworld

2013

Stephanie Rearick Jr. - on casio, voice, loops and trumpet. Stephanie Rearick takes her classical/cabaret/pop in a beatier, bouncier direction.

Up The Wall

Piano-based pop with classical and cabaret influences, intricate song structures, bits of trumpet, vocal layering and other sonic experimentation...

The Long Picnic

Piano-based, somewhat mellow, somewhat dark classical-cabaret-pop.
"[Rearick] has sharper instrumental skills than most... she's not afraid to...

The Bucket Rider

From soothing instrumentals to ethereal pop to dark ditties to witty excursions, Rearick delivers a cornucopia of aural moods, all via her upright...

Democracy

"...intimate confessions that balance winsome and anguished singing in an ongoing dialogue with her keyboard, which alternates rock 'n' roll drive...

Star Belly

"Rearick's a genre-bounding vocalist, keyboard player and trumpeter who takes great care bringing together things indie with her classical and...

The Long Picnic

Unique - Unclassified

Piano-based, somewhat mellow, somewhat dark classical-cabaret-pop. "[Rearick] has sharper instrumental skills than most... she's not afraid to shut up and play an instrumental. The Man Who Stole Tomorrow is almost too lovely -- but her writing also displays a grim loopiness she'd do well to cultivate, and on Not Another Minute she sounds like the love child of Tori Amos and Robyn Hitchcock." -- The Chicago Reader "...perfectly organic..., a mixture of folk, classical music and experimental pop that glides smoothly into the deepest waters we know -- the mysteries of death." -- Cleveland Free Times

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