Stephanie Ratcliff Bio:
In her newly released EP, Things Above Ground (produced by Daniel Klenner), Stephanie Ratcliff brings an illuminated, outward-facing perspective through folk-pop enthusiasm. Carried by ethereal, cinematic sounds, she crafts poetry that comes to life while singing with a voice that bares human vulnerability, emotional transparency, and hope. This is art speaking to the darkness with beauty and light.
Bre McDaniel’s Bio:
Bre McDaniel's voice has been described as magic on toast. Her songs retain a painterly attention in the way she crafts lyric images and sonic palettes, perhaps a result of her discovering herself as a songwriter during her degree in visual arts. Her recent EP has "an ethereal but intimate dream-folk sound," (Georgia Straight) and her roots in Canadian acoustic music are close by. Her mother was also a singer/songwriter and they share a birth date on an annual meteor shower called the Tears of St Lawrence. Bre can't help but draw, paint and sing about life as it happens, and has been touring Western Canada in support of her release, "Light Pollution".
“McDaniel proves she has the tools to transcend the limits of folk music on Light Pollution; she channels the light into something beautiful.” – Gray Owl Point