Katy Carr
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Katy Carr

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"Katy Carr"

‘Definitely one for the Mercury Prize Jury to consider’
The Times

‘Resonant, if slightly mad, debut by alt - folk star in waiting’
Q ****

‘Second album from English dance-folk prodigy. ’
Uncut ***

'Out-Bushes Kate' Metro

‘The DIY ethos of punk is back. Singer-songwriter Katy Carr shun’s the major labels to make music on her own terms . ’
The Friday Review - Feature on Katy Carr in The Independent

‘Katy Carr heralds the arrival of a fresh and unique talent. An eccentric and eclectic writer of sensual and sexy self -penned folk songs, delivered with verve and humour… definitely someone to watch out for...’ Dotmusic

‘At a time when the talentless rule the airwaves, it’s refreshing to hear someone who can actually cut it. ’
Team satan

‘Odd and brilliant. ’
Mojo ****

‘In the lost land of Paper Castles and white Knights this is huge. Trust me and go and buy yourself a copy! ’
Vice Magazine London

‘Refreshingly theatrical, the balance between light and dark issues is what makes ‘Screwing Lies’ so strong, an interesting new voice.’
Collected sounds

‘An astonishingly fresh début from a promising new talent. Let’s see what Katy can do next.’

‘Her natural dulcet tones are stepped in black humour - a real talent.’

‘Delicate songs, simple songs, clever songs, rewarding songs, songs that float, songs that pull you into their warm web…. rather horny. A fine fine album indeed.’
Organ Magazine - Press Reviews


'Screwing Lies' Debut Album
'Passion Play' Album no 2
featured on several folk compilations
'Welcome to The Peopletree' Peopletree Records, Folk division of Acid Jazz
'The Crow Club' Peopletree Records, Folk division of Acid Jazz
'Fruit Machine' Buzzfuzz Recordings



Katy Carr has been described at an alt-folk star in waiting, and one for the Mercury Prize jury to consider. With two albums already under her belt and a forthcoming third album to be released in the Spring of 2009 expect to be dazzled by this songstress. Fresh from her debut concert at the Royal Opera House in July 2008 expect aspects of vaudeville, British folk and maybe perchance a little dancing too... Accompanied using Banjolele and piano you are sure to enjoy Katy Carr. for more info visit Katy at www.myspace.com/katycarrmusic