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"I think my music provides space for me to say the things I can't always say in real life ." says Virginia native songwriter and multi-media artist Corrinne James, ''That's what I love about songwriting." While studying at the University of Virginia, James created a secret Bandcamp under the alias Naomi Alligator, and began uploading her intimate home recordings online. Inspired by the sparse and confessional qualities of Liz Phair's early portastudio recordings, James decided to create her own musical journal to share and process personal anecdotes. Her modern folk production and poetic songwriting links the sounds of artists like Joan Baez and Steeleye Span to a 21st century context. James wrestles with guilt, purpose, and jealousy through vivid narratives in the songs that make up her vast self-releases. This fall, James will share her new four-track EP, Concession Stand Girl, while making her debut on Carpark.

"I think my music provides space for me to say the things I can't always say in real life ." says Virginia native songwriter and multi-media artist Corrinne James, ''That's what I love about songwriting." While studying at the University of Virginia, James created a secret Bandcamp under the alias Naomi Alligator, and began uploading her intimate home recordings online. Inspired by the sparse and confessional qualities of Liz Phair's early portastudio recordings, James decided to create her own musical journal to share and process personal anecdotes. Her modern folk production and poetic songwriting links the sounds of artists like Joan Baez and Steeleye Span to a 21st century context. James wrestles with guilt, purpose, and jealousy through vivid narratives in the songs that make up her vast self-releases. This fall, James will share her new four-track EP, Concession Stand Girl, while making her debut on Carpark.

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Concession Stand Girl EP [Red Vinyl]
Artist: Naomi Alligator
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"I think my music provides space for me to say the things I can't always say in real life ." says Virginia native songwriter and multi-media artist Corrinne James, ''That's what I love about songwriting." While studying at the University of Virginia, James created a secret Bandcamp under the alias Naomi Alligator, and began uploading her intimate home recordings online. Inspired by the sparse and confessional qualities of Liz Phair's early portastudio recordings, James decided to create her own musical journal to share and process personal anecdotes. Her modern folk production and poetic songwriting links the sounds of artists like Joan Baez and Steeleye Span to a 21st century context. James wrestles with guilt, purpose, and jealousy through vivid narratives in the songs that make up her vast self-releases. This fall, James will share her new four-track EP, Concession Stand Girl, while making her debut on Carpark.

        
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