Nadine Loren is a Swiss-born Kiwi singer/songwriter who is now based in LA.
Nadine attributes her unique style to her upbringing in both Germany and New Zealand. A true artist, Nadine combines musical genres, fusing various styles with an obvious European influence. Living in Wonderland has certainly struck a chord with American alt-pop radio listeners after being released in the states earlier this year, and was nominated for "Best Pop Album of the Year" at the 2009 LA Music Awards.
Nadine's songs combine folk, electronic, pop and rock music elements and feature English, French and Italian lyrics that utilise operatic influences to add a quirky theatricality to her melodies. Album tracks ‘Wonderland’ and ‘Look Me In The Diamonds’, were recently picked up for a European compilation entitled Bad Girls Don't Cry also featuring Duffy, Ayo, and Amy Winehouse. Two of Nadine’s tracks were also remixed and included in the House Music compilation The Adventures of Poncho Warwick, and have been played in clubs of London, Paris, Hungary, Romania, California, Chicago and Vancouver.
"Nadine Loren has a completely original voice, and it's not just her physical voice, which is really unusual – superb – it's that she has something to say, and she says it," says Ron Altbach, Pianist and Songwriter for King Harvest and The Beach Boys.
"The inter weavings in her vocal styling and the fabric of the music she has written and put together are really new and stand out from the offerings available today. Nobody thinks the way she does, and certainly nobody sings the way she does."
|INTERVIEW: Nadine Loren Interview
Submitted by Shade
|2 Jul 2011|
|REVIEW: Album Review: Nadine Loren – Living in Wonderland
Submitted by BrendaF
|12 Jan 2010|
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