Quinn Marston is an enigmatic 20-year-old singer-songwriter from New York City.Â She has a voice that ranges from shy slur to sexy shout, recalling both Karen O. and â€™50s troubadour Connie Converse, as well as “Guyville”-era Liz Phair. Â Her lyrics are witty and wise beyond their years, set to grungy melodies that encapsulate a youthful angst. Produced by Tom Beaujour (Nada Surf) and featuring guitar contributions from Tim Foljahn (Two Dollar Guitar, Cat Power), her debut EP â€œCan You See Me Hear Me Nowâ€ is a collection of city songs for modern times.Â It was released digitally in October via Ernest Jenning Record Co.
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â€” By Addy Danti
||| Watch: After the jump, Marston’s DIY video for the song (thanks, Bust.com):