We have a new singer to shine a spotlight on and her name is Alice Dallin-Walker. And lucky for you, she has a new two-track EP out with musician Oscar Scheller. Plus, it has been mixed by the extraordinary Ian Masterson.
The first song on the EP is called "Love No More." This is an original song written by Alice and Oscar. It starts off with a high-pitched vocal being cut up and mixed about. The song is a mid-tempo affair. It has a nice chorus. And the verses are nice, too. Alice sings with a lot of emotion and her voice is really nice. Did I say nice? Listen here ...
The second song on the EP is called "Moving On." It was also written by Alice and Oscar. To me, this is my favorite song of the two. I can't stop listening to it. The music is more upbeat. And the melody is ACE! It will have you grooving in no time. It makes you want to get up and dance around the room. The chorus is very catchy. I absolutely love this song. It is amazing! I hope Alice makes a video for this song! Listen to the demo here ... Beware, you might want to listen again as soon as it is over!
Now you might notice that Alice's first last name sounds familiar. Alice is the daughter of Sara Dallin from Bananarama and Bassey Walker, who in the late 80s and early 90s was one of the hottest backup dancers for Bananarama. Bassey also dabbled with pop music career, and he even co-wrote a song for Bananarama.
Yes, it is true that I found out about Alice through Bananarama. But it seems Alice will make her own pop music path. And if the rest is as good or better than the Alice EP, I am happy to continue promoting her work.
Oh yeah, the tracks were mixed by Ian Masterson, who produced Bananarama's 2009 album "Viva" as well as their 2012 EP "Now Or Never."
The Alice EP is available on iTunes everywhere. Click here to buy the 2-track EP. You won't be sorry! Don't delay! Buy it today!
P.S. Interesting fact. Bananarama have a song called "Movin' On." And I can't help but think Alice's song "Moving On" is a nod to that. Especially since the chorus is similar to The Spag-A-Nana Dub of "Movin' On." I could be wrong. But both songs are FABulous!