Glide Magazine recently spoke to Natalia about what it was like to open up this work to so many other voices at once, how they coordinated the entire event, what decisions went into making the evening a success, as well as her musings on the future of her career, songwriting and how much painting inspires her to continue as an artist in all senses of the word.
With her latest album, Another Kind of Fire, Edie Carey has created another completely listenable, imminently catchy album. Released in September, this is the perfect album for autumn: reflective, a bit overcast (but not so much as to be depressing), and, like the gorgeous dying leaves, completely enjoyable.
Somehow, whenever Edie Carey and Holly Figueroa get together for a show at Seattle’s Tractor Tavern, the weather seems incapable of cooperating. Such was the case for Monday’s show, during which Seattle got a wicked (to borrow from Carey’s Bostonian vocabulary) snow and ice storm, leaving the roads unto impassable.