Anette Tarstad Band | City Heart

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City Heart

by Anette Tarstad Band

Like a lily with thorns, Anette Tarstad takes us from the fragile and beautiful to the things that hurt. Her music is unrestrained in genre and she blends pop, blues, folkmusic and rock just to make it her own.
Genre: Pop: Ambient Pop
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The single City Heart reveals not only the heart of Stockholm City but also the heart of Anette herself.

In 2012 Anette released the singles I'm Not Ready for Love and Maybe. On both the single Maybe, I’m Not Ready For Love and the prior EPs we find Anette as both the songwriter, musician, singer and producer. She continues to explore and deliver a sensitive but strong pop, rock and folk mixed with her storytelling lyrics. This lily with thorns has no restrictions in genre but has found her own sincere, strong and cordial sound.

On the latest singles she has her Band with her consisting of Tania Grosjean on guitar and Lotta Braathen on drums. Anette herself continues on lead song, bass and keys.

On the Anette Tarstad - At EP, released in December 2008, Anette experiments with both sound and rhythm creating her own sensitive but strong mix of pop, rock and folk mixed with her storytelling lyrics. The EP includes the song Tickin', in 11/8 beats in the verse changing into a 6/8 beat in the chorus. On the record you can hear André Ferrari on percussion, a fantastic percussionist that manages the different beats.

On the second EP Pat Flavour, also released in December 2008, with the same name as her band Pat Flavour, Anette explored and found the sensitivity that can be created between a guitar and a voice when they know each other very well and therefore can follow each other and create an exciting mix. The first demo of the song Maybe Wrong Was Right was recorded in the addict of the guitarist Peter Alkeryds house and the sound that was created there was also the sound that Anette kept in the production of the EP when recorded in the studio.

The Flute was Anette Tarstads first instrument. But she also sang, and one day her flute teacher, who had heard her singing asked if he could record her. A recording that unfortunately has disappeared. She played the flute in ensembles and at concerts and she started to write her own music together with her childhood friend Anna. Throughout the years she has played in bands, sung in different choirs and written many songs and lyrics both for music and poetry. Anette also has written music for documentaries, commercials and theatre.



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