Method To The Madness
Released On: Jan 01, 1970
Released By: The Mills Prestige
Walking into a room where Téa is playing, you will find a sultry, soulful, and powerful voice bellowing over black and white keys. Her radiant passion for music and extensive musical background may cause listeners finding it hard not to be drawn in instantly.
In the past, Téa has worked with producer John Webster (Tom Cochrane), Troy Samson of Hipjoint (Corry Lee, Kelly Rowland), and collaborated with award winning singer/songwriter Annette Ducharme ('Sinking Like a Sunset'). Then, after hearing (and liking) an album produced by Howard Redekopp (Tegan and Sara, 54-40, New Pornographers, Mother Mother), she thought it was time for a new experiment. The collaboration between Téa and Howard resulted in an EP well worth the wait and very well worth the listen. Method to the Madness was born.
With lyrics mirroring the entity of love, and soulful vocals sitting comfortably in space and time where the old world meets the new, it is hard not to notice the pure talent that dances behind the black and white keys. A multitasking artist with one hand on the keyboard, the other on a pineapple shaker, and a voice projecting melodies you later find yourself humming to, it is no wonder why this young musician draws such a crowd.