Enharmonic Souls
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Enharmonic Souls

New Orleans, Louisiana, United States | SELF

New Orleans, Louisiana, United States | SELF
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"Barcrawler: Bisbano's Jazz Night, Blue Moon, Ginger Lee, The Howdies, Enharmonic Soul"

Rounding out what turned out to be a very busy musical week was seeing Enharmonic Souls at Artmosphere on April 11. The band is mostly neo-soul, part of the revival of 1960s soul music yet with a 21st-century kick. Enharmonic Soul’s ringleader is its sole female member, Christan Bradford, who is best described as singing like a New Orleanian Amy Winehouse but, thankfully, not looking like her. Instead, she was dressed with a bow and a white dress with rainbow polka dots and a bow in her hair; imagine Minnie Mouse with a big voice. Bradford undulates and emotes on stage, really making an effort to connect with her audience. The band is out of New Orleans and has no gig booked near Acadiana shortly, but if you are heading east on I-10 check out their site at myspace.com/enharmonicsouls to see where they play next in their stompin’ grounds.
-Anna Purdy - TimesOfAcadiana.com

"Music Reviews"

Need a little harmony? Head down to Artmosphere on May 15 for Enharmonic Souls.

This New Orleans-based band has been together since 2007, and they deliver slow-burning, soulful grooves that bridge the gap between soul, funk and indie rock. Their sound definitely pays homage to the relaxed soul sounds of the ’70s, but there’s enough contemporary indie spirit in there to keep it fresh and inventive.

It’s a unique sound that we haven’t heard around the area lately, so if you’re up for something a little different, check them out.

The Souls will be joined on the bill by Matthew Funches.

Enharmonic Souls will play Artmosphere at 10 p.m. on May 15. - Times of Acadiana

"Enharmonic Souls, Starfish h.q. & others, Dragon's Den, 1/18/09"

The French Quarter, it’s very easy to get hung up on – or to romanticize about its lore – or to stand transfixed in its streets. Its sights, sounds, and smells are engrained in our mind. But right on the outskirts of its grasp lies the real melting pot of the Crescent City – Frenchman St. There, you’re just as likely to enjoy some of the finest jazz the world has to offer as you are to dance along with an eclectic brigade of street performers or to stumble into a dark club where an unknown band is cutting its teeth. On Sunday, January 18th 2009, I sought out the latter and wound up at the Dragon’s Den for an evening off of the radar......Keeping with the indie flavor, local outfit, Enharmonic Souls followed Shq. Swathed in retro-pop, they weaved indie atmospherics with DIY glam to deliver a set high on theatrics and thick on grooves. Twisting atop a danceable backbeat, their tight, shape-shifting arrangements swung on the supple vocals and starry-eyed lyrics of frontwoman Christin Bradford. Passionate, melodic, dramatic, and catchy ES construct sparkling, indie pop gems without relying on glitzy, over-driven guitar fuzz or repetitive, mind-numbing synth lines. From what I experienced, they’re a fresh breath in a genre filled with clichés. - Groovescapes.com


• Making Peace (2010)



• The aftermath of hurricane Katrina brought a few blessings amidst the millions of misfortunes, and Enharmonic Souls was one of those blessings . Enharmonic Souls is a rare product - each member's influences are polar opposites from one another -but they use it as an opportunity to contribute each style to the unique flavor of their songs. Twisting atop danceable backbeats, their tight, shape-shifting arrangements mostly swing on their supple vocals and starry-eyed lyrics. From what many experience, they're a fresh breath in a genre filled with clichés.