Madeleine Paige “The Voice Behind The Noise” EP : Review

Madeleine Paige    Brisbane based Madeleine Paige is in a class of her own.

It’s refreshing to receive an EP to review that one instantly likes and that was exactly the case with this.

Madeleine Paige’s latest EP entitled “The Voice Behind The Noise” consisting of 5 beautifully crafted songs that were recorded at Massive Studios by Matt Redlich (Hungry Kids Of Hungary).

Madeleine has been praised in recent reviews for her live performances and this certainly translates well within this album.

Starting out with “Ditty”, an upbeat happy bouncy tune that will surely remove any blues that you may be feeling.
Track 2, “My Love Looks”, is a lulla-ballad styled song where you are carried away by just her voice and soft acoustic accompaniment.
“It’s over (and over again)” is one of my favourites on this EP. A haunting lament that is definitely worth having a listen to – over and over and over again.

Madeleine’s angelic voice, coupled with well written and performed songs, will mesmerise all listeners.

“The Voice Behind The Noise” was released on 8 May 2009. Madeleine Paige is currently touring and her show is one that shouldn’t be missed.
Rating: 4/5
Tour Dates:

The Toff In Town with James O’Brien (The Boat People) & Young Werther

13 May 2009 **SYDNEY EP LAUNCH**
The Supper Club, with Sailmaker & Sierra Fin (acoustic)
SYDNEY, New South Wales

Bon Amici, with Dan Parsons
Toowoomba, Queensland

24 May 2009 11:30 AM
Queen St Mall, BRISBANE BRISBANE, Queensland

6 Jun 2009 4:00 PM
Paddington Fair (full band show)
Iceworks Stage, w. Dave McCormack & more tba
BRISBANE, Queensland

20 Jun 2009 **MALENY EP LAUNCH**
The Upfront Club with Dan Parsons MALENY,

28 Jun 2009
The Troubadour, Brisbane
with Pear & The Awkward Orchestra & Kristen Haynes

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