Steph Copeland – Public Panic (2015)

Artist: Steph Copeland
Title: Public Panic
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Self-released
Genre: Alternative, Electronic, Ambient, Pop, Trip-Hop, Dance
Quality: 320 / FLAC (tracks) / FLAC (24Bit/96kHz)
Total Time: 50:06
Total Size: 115 / 299 / 970 Mb
WebSite: Album Preview

01. Nadia (04:46)
02. Brick (04:48)
03. Straight In A Heap (04:42)
04. Machines (04:06)
05. Editor (04:21)
06. Hit Me (04:27)
07. Hannah (04:01)
08. The Man In The Back (05:16)
09. Highways (05:06)
10. Secret (03:41)
11. I’ll Never Let You Go (04:46)
It is common for established Artists in the pop-rock field to later turn to writing for film, but Steph Copeland has taken the reverse route. She has been recognized as a talented composer for film via scores to such movies as Anti Social and The Drownsman, but the classically-trained vocalist now ventures into the electro-pop realm as a solo Artist with her debut album Public Panic. Produced, engineered and mixed by Matthew Rideout (Yellow Wood), it was solely written by Copeland. It is lushly-arranged and atmospheric, and tunes vary from keyboards-driven ballads to more aggressive and darker pieces. In a press release, Copeland explains that “Public Panic is about duality, an alter ego and a world that is barraging you to consume and how that plays into the neurosis. It’s also rich with love and a sort of healing”. A highly promising debut.

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