Miwa Gemini

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  • Five Boroughs Festival: Miwa Gemini

    This show was on Oct 26th, 2014 | 13 people watched
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    • Oct 26
      Miwa and her partner put on a very good, energetic, and intimate show. She really cared that her audience saw and heard a high quality performance; even moving her laptop outdoors to avoid a noisy football crowd at the bar. Miwa performed her songs with confidence and grace. She made good use of her laptop's portability and engaged the local audience to wonderful effect. This was the first time for me to enjoy Miwa's live performance and I truly enjoyed it. I like her words, and her arrangements, and I am looking forward to seeing her again. In the mean time, I am going to look for CD's and legal downloads.
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  • Miwa Gemini

    This show was on May 4th, 2014 | 12 people watched
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Bio

Not many folks inspire comparisons to Patsy Cline and Bjork, but then there aren't many folks like Miwa Gemini. She spins rootsy pop and rock into her own stew of attitude and aggression. Even the mellow pieces have serious bite. - A&A

Weirdos always make great music, and anyone who writes a soundtrack to her own made-up tale about a muse she met in Joshua Tree over 100 years ago... more

Not many folks inspire comparisons to Patsy Cline and Bjork, but then there aren't many folks like Miwa Gemini. She spins rootsy pop and rock into her own stew of attitude and aggression. Even the mellow pieces have serious bite. - A&A

Weirdos always make great music, and anyone who writes a soundtrack to her own made-up tale about a muse she met in Joshua Tree over 100 years ago gains the title of “weirdo”. Van Gogh and Einstein were also anything but normal, so Miwa Gemini shouldn’t frown at that label. Fantastic Lies of Grizzly Rose is one of the more artistic albums released this year, displaying a variety of sounds such as Italian waltz, country western, and “Misirlou”-style surf rock, but without ever getting too “out there”. Gemini studied classical music while growing up in Japan, and later she studied art in NYC, where she still resides. It’s apparent that her experiences with both eastern and western cultures is what grants her such an eclectic sound.
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