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Monday 2nd July 2018

Mainstream pop singer Beth Rowley releases first project for five years

Soundtracky Textures

STOOPNIK RECORDS have released the album 'Gota Fria' by mainstream pop singer Beth Rowley, her first recording for five years. A review in Mojo magazine read, "Having walked away from major label success decades ago Rowley returns with a deeper sound. A haze of slide guitar and her blue velvet voice build rich, soundtracky textures, with Nancy Sinatra-ish Ron Sexsmith co-write "Forest Fire" the pick." CR

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