Katie DuTemple | Give & Grow

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Give & Grow

by Katie DuTemple

Follow Katie as she coos her way through love, loss and alienation over eight tracks of struggling self-discovery and landing in a place that's not quite trip hop, a few guitar licks right of R&B and made out of deep emotions and electric soul.
Genre: Pop: Pop Underground
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1. Feel Free
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2. Words Have Been Spoken
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3. Expat Song
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4. Come On In
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5. Let It Go
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6. Tried
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7. We Three
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8. Overgrown
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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European jazz, electronic and world music are Katie DuTemple’s earliest and strongest influences, finding herself immersed in the international music landscape that can only capture an expat. Born in Montreal and raised in Toronto, Istanbul and Prague, Katie discovered a love for singing at the age of fifteen while living abroad. Her formative sonic loves are trip hop, downtempo and drum and bass.
Upon returning to Toronto, Katie honed her skills with mentors Sacha Williamson and the great Bob Fenton (Jim Galloway’s Wee Big Band, sessions with Billie Holiday). Studying Jazz at York University, where she met band members James McEleney, Robb Cappeletto and Jon Foster, she brought her unique overseas aesthetics and experience to stamp the standards with a feel all her own.
Katie DuTemple has performed at various venues and festivals in Toronto including NXNE 2013, Indie Week 2012, the 2012 Junction Music Festival, the 2009 Nu Jazz Festival, the Horseshoe Tavern and Revival. Her debut album Give and Grow, funded in part by the Ontario Arts Council, is set for release in October 2013.


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