Huge Shark | Almost Over

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Almost Over

by Huge Shark

This San Diego artist blends classic singer/songwriter stylings with vocal electronica for a compelling mix of shimmering electronica, eloquent lyrics, and an unforgettable voice.
Genre: Electronic: Pop Crossover
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Line of Life
Huge Shark
3:11 $1.00
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2. Indelible
Huge Shark
4:30 $1.00
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3. Stone
Huge Shark
5:33 $1.00
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4. 52:23
Huge Shark
4:07 $1.00
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5. The Mirror
Huge Shark
4:12 $1.00
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6. Line of Life (Ummagma Remix)
Huge Shark & Ummagma
3:08 $1.00
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Vocal electronica meets singer-songwriter traditions with shimmering beats, distinct vocals and eloquent lyrics.

** “Haunting… I immediately thought “early Eurythmics”… a great quality to her voice.” — Mad Andersons, Seattle recording duo **

Huge Shark’s first CD, "Almost Over" — six songs about impossible desires ­— follows up on her 2014 win at the Australian Independent Music Video Awards for "Line of Life (Ummagma Remix)".

** “…an ‘old spirit’ feel in her voice à la Máire Brennan of Clannad, Órlagh Fallon, Enya, Loreena McKennitt or Rita McNeil… lovely vocal timbre“ — The Record Stache **

Huge Shark is the solo project of San Diego musician Valerie Polichar. Blending vocal electronica (Operatica, Eurythmics) with classic singer/songwriter styles (Sarah McLachlan, Joni Mitchell), Huge Shark highlights Polichar’s distinctive vocals, shimmering electronic beats and eloquent lyrics.

** “Chilled, quirky and compelling. Chistine McVie meets Kate Bush.” — Sanchez 77, UK recording duo **

She has collaborated with various international artists, including Hilliat Fields, Ed Richardson and Luke Clarke in England; Peter Cline in the U.S.; Robin Johnston in Scotland; and Canadian-Ukrainian duo Ummagma.

** “Unique voice… beautiful and hauntingly classical with the backdrop of experimental beats… better than the current trends.” — Nikki, Everything and the Kitchen Sink podcast **

Among her influences she lists artists Kate Bush and Jane Siberry, and songwriter Jimmy Webb; a childhood steeped in traditional Sephardic canciones and romanceros; and the deserts, oceans and mountains near her home in San Diego, California.

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