Monthly Archives: November 2010

Wed Nov 17 2010

Emotional Investigations

Article by: Adrian Vanderbosch Nathan Edwin’s music is personal. It’s reflective. But, most of all, it’s identifiable. That recognition; that sense of intimacy and familiarity a listener gets from exploring Nathan’s work, is a quality so often forced and failed in music, but the always earnest Edwin achieves it with a kind of casual effortlessness. He exists as a rare entity, possessing not only the musical skills to construct dynamic, layered accompaniments, but also a poetic skill that consistently produces unexpected, honest and vivid lyrics. It is easy to draw comparisons to lyrical greats like Bob Dylan and Leonard Cohen … Continue reading