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Karla Kane

http://www.karlakane.com

 Karla Kane is a San Francisco Bay Area-based songwriter, singer and ukulele player. Best known for her work as the leader of The Corner Laughers, Kane’s solo debut, King’s Daughters Home for Incurables, was released in 2017 to critical acclaim. Her music leads listeners into an intriguing land of acorns and tea leaves; feminism and fairy tales; pagan pop and pastoral protest songs; whimsical wanderings and sharp observations on the current state of the world. It’s a place for chronic worriers, hopeless romantics, Anglophiles, patriarchy smashers, and gentle dreamers, where sunny California indie meets melancholy English folk and the redwood meets the oak.

 

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"There’s a slightly eccentric Britishness here which has been given a coat of West Coast gloss." [11/5/18]

Songwriting Magazine

“Kane’s conversational vocal tone and her storytelling chops are reminiscent of The Mountain Goats’ John Darnielle. Musically, though, their bright harmonies make them sound a lot more like Belle & Sebastian with a little more jangle and a little more twang." [8/4/15]

Jess Kibler, Bitch Media

"'Fairytale Tourist' is a jumpy, twangy pop track with impressive use of a ukulele. As busy as this song can get, it doesn’t fail to stick with the laid-back formula the Corner Laughers center their music around." [3/18/15]

Magnet

“The Corner Laughers aren't shy about wearing their heart on their record sleeve ... The music is relentlessly upbeat and sunny, jam-packed full of the kind of cuteness that makes it hard not to smile when listening to it ... it's the lyrics where the Corner Laughers shine. They elevate them above so much regular indie pop because their playful use of language is both equally amusing and intelligent.”

Michael Edwards - Exclaim! Canada

“Midsommar by California’s The Corner Laughers’ combines country-inspired instrumentation with sparky, upbeat vocals and the kind of intricate, detailed pop arrangements that recall Sixpence None The Richer. There’s something of a US Kirsty McColl to the vocals and it would take a more cynical man than I to deny the pomp and circumstance of the Pumpkins-esque guitar solo that smashes through the track in the mid-section. There are ukuleles, there are strings and, more’s the shame, this is the exact kind of track where a big producer would sweep in and tell the band that there’s ‘too much going on’ for radio. But for the people with the attention-span to listen to music beyond a drum beat and a vocal in a car on a motorway this is rousing, visionary, adult pop.”

Barney - Fresh On The Net
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Karla Kane -- "Don't Hush, Darling" (music video)

Karla Kane's video for "Don't Hush, Darling" features dancer/choreographer Tara Pandeya and contains an important message for all mothers to their daughters.

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