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The Nothing

by Nic Nassuet

"The Nothing" is about feeling, and becoming, nothing, even though those around you perceive otherwise.
Genre: Folk: Singer/Songwriter
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Album Notes
From Jamshpere:

"Nic Nassuet is a singer-songwriter who will remind of you of the eclectic spare acoustic folk sounds of Nick Drake, though Nassuet is apt to dust them with influences quite often in the form of violins and mandolins. Vocally, he reminds me of a mix of intense intimacy of Lindsay Buckingham and the raunchy grittiness of Axl Rose.

Nassuet to me, has found a perfect balance between complication and simplicity that has an almost nirvana effect on the soul. He has stripped everything down to the essentials of pure beauty – poetic lyrics, warm melodies, and selective instrumentation. Yet his music is as intense, fierce and rapacious as the gothic intonations of any axe-wielding heavy metal band.

Nassuet is superb on all levels that he needs to be. He is an absolutely first rate songwriter, moreover he is a truly unique performer . I couldn’t for the life of me, easily imagine any of his songs being performed by any other artist but himself; probably because he is an exceptional vocalist -singing softly to a full-throated bellow, in an almost impossibly gravelly but pure voice -that often borders on omnipotence and unorthodox phrasing.

Finally, Nassuet is a superb instrumentalist, who isn’t interested in virtuosity but in playing the most musically appropriate accompaniment for each song. Some artists are more focused on becoming the best instrumentalists or singers they can become, while others are more focused on becoming the best musicians they possibly can become. That important distinction applies here, in that Nic Nassuet seems far less concerned with what he does instrumentally than what he can do musically."



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