LIVE REVIEW: Trixie Whitley @ The Basement, Sydney (19/04/14)

Trixie Whitley’s musical journey to-date has taken some interesting and different directions, from the soulful dub excursions of Black Dub with Daniel Lanois and others, to forging her own solo career and its rich melting pot of soul, jazz, funk and blues. She treated the Basement audience to all of that and more, particularly with her newer songs. Playing two sets, Whitely set about showcasing … Continue reading LIVE REVIEW: Trixie Whitley @ The Basement, Sydney (19/04/14)

ALBUM REVIEW: Trixie Whitley | Fourth Corner

Trixie Whitley emerged as the singer in Daniel Lanois’ Black Dub project a few years back and her voice immediately stood out as a versatile, emotional and powerful instrument. Here it is given all the space and time it needs and for the most part Whitely nails it both vocally and as a songwriter. ‘Pieces’ in particular is a classic slice of jazz and blues … Continue reading ALBUM REVIEW: Trixie Whitley | Fourth Corner