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Pascale Smith

Often likened to the vocal stylings of a young Regina Spektor, Pascale Smith's acoustic music mixes poetic lyrics, infectious melody, and haunting harmonies. Her debut album, Safety Net, features seven original songs, ranging from mellow and sweet to upbeat and tense. "Little by Little," an eclectic mix of folk and ska, presents a message of hope-- but with a twist. "Counting Sheep" is ironic lullaby to a failing relationship. "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock," offers a spin on the beloved poem by T.S. Eliot.

Born into a musical family, Pascale grew up singing close harmony and playing music with her three older sisters, who occasionally grace the stage at her performances. Pascale was trained in classical music from a young age, and taught herself guitar after an injury waylaid her viola studies. She soon become a student of Judah Salem Kim of Stonethrown. In addition to composing music, Pascale is a playwright and actor. She has appeared on stage and screen, and is currently pursuing a B.A. in playwriting and acting at Fordham University Lincoln Center. She is also an aerial acrobat and founding member of the Philadelphia-based Tangle Movement Arts.