100 Unheralded Albums from 2010

Georgia Anne MuldrowOcotea (ePistrophik Peach Sound, 6/15/10)

Georgia Anne Muldrow: “The Black Mother”
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The daughter of progressive-jazz parents, Georgia Anne Muldrow has attained acclaim — from critics, musicians, and listeners alike — for her loose, soulful vocals atop her own funky, jazzy creations. Drawing as much on spacey synths and hip-hop beats as jazz melodies, Ocotea keeps a steady pulse and groove as Muldrow utilizes a diverse sonic palette. It’s a far-out journey that has shown the young songstress in a new and compelling light.

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