Claire Taubenhaus | No Compass and No Commands

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No Compass and No Commands

by Claire Taubenhaus

A seamless blend of folk-rock and soul with a Minneapolis hip-hop sensibility.
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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1. Real Knowledge
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2. Raindrops
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3. Lately
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4. At All
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5. One Reason
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6. No Compass and No Commands
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7. Slide
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Claire Taubenhaus is a product of her vastly diverse upbringing. She spent the first half of her life in NYC, with intense influence from soul and Motown music. The next part of her life was spent in rural Minnesota where she discovered folk music, and finally she settled in Minneapolis where the thriving indie hip-hop scene influences her greatly. Her music is a mutt. A product of all these musical genres and the diversity of cultures of all the places she has lived. A little bit soul, a little bit folk and a splash of hip-hop – Claire's music has a style all its own.


"No Compass and No Commands" is a strong debut from the 19-year old songstress, an EP full of soul and raw emotion. The record as a whole follows the theme of its title track: searching, inwardly and outwardly, for one's place in the world. "I think the record really just covers the themes that young people are dealing with." Claire says. "It's about frustration with societal issues, but also just kind of about figuring out who you are and growing pains, whether that be with love or art, anything. That's where the title comes from. Like, here's this ship. No one's going to tell you where to take it or what to do when you get there."


PRESS

"Naturally, she isn't just another girl who can sing—she always keeps her own special ingredients (spoken-ish word, hip hop beats, etc.) on hand to shake up her repertoire."
-Annie D'Souza, twin cities metromix.com

"How the soulful, breathy vocals and confident spoken word flow of Claire Taubenhaus have somehow slipped past our radar thus far is sort of a travesty."
-Kate Iverson, Secrets of the City.com

Claire is a "DiFranco/Rickie Lee Jones-style songstress."
- Chris Riemenschneider, Star Tribune

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