Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic - (2:56) 112 BPM
Barefoot In Your Kitchen - (3:56) 110 BPM
Canary - (4:13) 106 BPM
Sunlight - (2:09) 91 BPM
A singer and songwriter, who's made a name for herself by recording and performing using all manner of eccentric accessories including typewriters, cheese graters, chopping boards and other assorted household goods, Bev Lee Harling's debut album for Wah Wah 45s was recorded with Rogall from Micatone and brilliantly mixes her delicate jazz vocals with printer noises ("Robots and Angels") or more conventional blues instrumentation ("Devil's On Your Tail") to create an album as refreshing and slightly bonkers as Camille's "Ilo Veyou".
A singer and songwriter who's made a name for herself by recording and performing using all manner of eccentric accessories including typewriters, cheese graters, chopping boards and other assorted household goods, Bev Lee Harling's latest single for Wah Wah 45s is a breezy, jazzy affair with a Puppinni Sisters retro-swing vibe, and come accompanied by an intimate voice and ukulele cover of The Police's "Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic".
Having just recently dropped her debut album, Barefoot In your Kitchen, on Adam Scrimshire's Wah Wah 45s label, retro-styled singer and songwriter, Bev Lee Harling is back with another single from said LP. "Robots & Angels" is a remarkable marriage of Bev's breezy jazz vocals, 60s loungey mamboisms, electro beats and even some mechanical noises! On remix duties we have Claws For? who beautifully weave the vocals around a shimmering electro-boogie backing track. By contrast, Quiroga turn the tune into a downtempo, glitchy, micro-house workout.