Natalie London
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Natalie London

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The best kept secret in music



"A musical force for the next generation"
- Max Brooks, Emmy Award winning writer for Saturday Night Live, 2005

"Gutsy, passionate and original… the three tracks on London's demo are intense, personal and penetratingly passionate… But don't let this fool you into thinking that London is simply another wailing female singer songwriter. London's' haunting melody, majestic and mature sound makes you wonder (if you haven't already) how London can remain unsigned."
- Chrissie Miller,, 2005

"Her music has defied my efforts to find comparable artists. And that makes me very happy. This is some of the most original-sounding music I've heard in a long time, and I think that's pretty exciting."
- Estrogenous Radio, 2005

"What is it about Natalie London’s music that demands repeat listening? It might be the handcrafted care obvious within her lingering melodies. Natalie’s music is a kind you can dance to, hum in the shower, or copy down and save. Natalie is already at the start of something big."
- Amy Stern, Queer Ramblings Magazine, 2005

"What sets her apart from other female vocalists in her genre? Crunchy Radioheadesque moments juxtaposed to passionate swooning vocals…precocious lyricism is an addition to her songwriting and compositional skill…simply innovative."
-Daniela Oliva, Drugs, Sex, and Rock and Roll online Magazine, 2005

"Natalie's lyrics are smart; her voice knowing and penetrating. And with all these powers at her disposal, D.I.L.L.I.G.A.S. [London’s former band name] is only the beginning of what's sure to be a brilliant career."
-Jewel,, 2001-2003


Still working on that hot first release.


Feeling a bit camera shy


Natalie London took on her last name after her place of birth in Ontario, Canada. Living in New York City, she now attends Columbia University while pursuing music full time. With influences ranging from Radiohead and Nine Inch Nails to Coldplay and The Killers, London seperates herself from the singer songwriter category and other female artists in her genre.
Nominated last year by the Toronto Independent Music Awards for Best female vocalist, London has gone on to record more tracks for her upcoming E.P. and put together a band for live performances.