Bounce-Worthy: Sarah White


What do you do when being known as hot local talent in Minnesota is not enough to fulfill your musical wanderlust? If you're Sarah White, you take your electro-dub, hip hop and soul roots and join the lengthy list of transplants to Planet Brooklyn, NYC to cultivate the creativity you can barely contain. Aside from being a co-author of one of our favorite blogs, Sarah has performed at the Black Lily Festival as well as on various other stages and undoubtedly brings her brand of seductive coolness to every venue she frequents. With her latest EP, Hiding Blind, which drops today, Sarah's desire and desire to wander can easily be observed on two of the album's stand out tracks -- "Fade" and "Turn Me On." Overwhelming while coy, strong while subtle, Sarah definitely harbors a dichotomy that will never grow old.

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5 Responses

  1. Both songs sound wonderful. I'll definitely have to check more into her. Thanks for posting these.

  2. This is acoustic elegance swathed in sweet spiced soul. Listening was like an audible affair. I'm nothing short of enamored. Thanks for sharing.

  3. Wow. Fade made me an instant fan. Feeling this.

  4. Hmmmm...i think Turn Me On is more aurally interesting than Fade, but I'm digging this sound. She reminds me a little of Jhelisa on Turn Me On, which may explain why I like it better. Cool new sounds.

  5. heard her sing a lil' bit a few months ago. beautiful chica, loving the voice.