Tom Eddy
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Tom Eddy

Seattle, Washington, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2014 | SELF

Seattle, Washington, United States | SELF
Established on Jan, 2014
Band Folk Indie


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"Live Review: Gardens & Villa with Tom Eddy"

Seattle’s own Tom Eddy opened up the Barboza show in delightful fashion. Eddy is a pretty inescapable force on the Seattle scene as of late. While you may catch him at a solo gig or two, he also fronts two incredible local bands: one being his own eponymous group, and the other being electronic trio Beat Connection. The latter group dropped their first new single in two years this week and KEXP was obliged to debut it. But on Tuesday night, Eddy and his band (including Beat Connection drummer Jarred Katz) warmed the crowd up for Gardens wonderfully. Eddy’s tunes evoke a lush and vibrant sense of liveliness that fit perfectly in advance of Gardens & Villa. As the set went on, the crowd packed in tighter and tighter and dancing assumed more of a universal presence. The coming months will be exciting for Eddy in many regards, but tonight was a delightful chance to see a low profile set from an excellent local face. - KEXP Blog

"Stream: Tom Eddy – “Her Lightning Storm""

Love isn’t always clear, isn’t always concealed, it isn’t always dry, and isn’t always drowning.

Sometimes light peels back the covers and peers into the murky alcoves of our being. And sometimes darkness reveals nothing and keeps everything hush-hush.

Sometimes a faint rain passes through, is barely detectable and patters along softly like a distant whisper. And sometimes a torrential storm holds us hostage, is unavoidable and clamors heavily, like shrill cry. -

"Best Vocalist, Male"

Tom Eddy has a voice so magical, one genre can't contain it. As a solo artist, Eddy, 22, performs bluesy folk tunes in a sweet and fluent croon, as heard on his delicate EP The Bread Maker's Blues—the sort of music you might expect to hear at Doe Bay Fest (which he is actually playing this summer). But as of this year, Eddy is also the sole vocalist for the electro-pop outfit Beat Connection, and his incredibly malleable voice shines on the band's debut album The Palace Garden, dipping and curving with the songs' shimmering instrumentals. He nails a vocal take like the rest of us take breaths. That effortless flexibility allows him to convey soul and anguish one moment, spark and vitality the next, and sound beautiful on both. ERIN K. THOMPSON - Seattle Weekly


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