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About Kathleen Haskard Music

Sinner/songwriter/expatriate Kathleen Haskard is a 4th generation native Californian based in London and spends her down time in a tipi in a canyon on the Pacific coast in the Santa Monica Mountains above Ventura County Line. She is a culturally aware musician who passionately believes in the healing power of music, people power and that the personal is most definitely political. Kathleen's third album, Where The Land Meets The Sky, is the second collaboration with artist/producer Chuck Prophet. This is the sound of a woman rediscovering her identity; her Latina roots, having spent half her life in London. Kat is the expat who has found her way home. Where The Land Meets The Sky is a return to her roots, back to her home turf, L.A. soil, the Pacific sand, the ocean the mountains and the land. This album has a unique east L.A. vibe to it; an alt folkrock sound; a cinematic quality that jumps out at you. Recorded in North Hollywood, mastered in Echo Park and featuring the likes of Greg Leisz, Tom Freund (Ben Harper), Aidan Hawken, Dan Navarro (Lowen & Navarro), Julie Christensen (Leonard Cohen), Derek Brown (Eels), Don Teschner (Rod Stewart), Lorenzo Martinez (Los Texmaniacs) and of course Chuck himself. Kat`s songs are based on an arc, a learning curve of discovery, partings, passion, love lost and found, beginnings and endings. Kat is BIG on endings. This record has a raw streak running through it; a brutal honesty. In I’ll Be Your Fool she channels Sly Stone & Neil Young and offers herself as the naive open yin partner. Untangle This Thing is a playful / sassy take on a relationship unravelling. In Drama in the Dark cities are metaphors for past relationships, loss and uncertainty. Her family tree includes Mexican folk hero Jesus Garcia, whose story and selfless death she reveals and eulogises in the traditional Sonoran corrido Maquina 501. Please Delete Me is the ultimate break-up song. What really stands out is the vibe on this album; an ethereal quality, light and shade; the sound of static under an electricity pylon before a storm, like listening in to a still-off-the-hook telephone conversation; a spectral world spliced with the harsh noise that is our 21st century soundtrack. • Kathleen had the honor of singing backing vocals in the choir that underpinned Neil Young's seminal album Living With War. • Kathleen is a recipient of the Peace Driven Songwriting Award for her song ‘Will Someone Explain?’ • Her poem ‘Of Shoes & Men’ won first place from the UK's then Poet Laureate, Andrew Motion in a London Arts Festival poetry competition. • Festivals played include: Glastonbury, Queille (France), BuFest, Folk Alliance, Far West, Zihuatanejo (Mexico), Durango, Texas Rock Fest, SXSW, NXNW, Edinburgh, Cape May, Galway Arts Festival, BRTO Radio Festival (Netherlands), Camberwell Arts Festival and the Warwick Gardens Wingding. • Kathleen has tuned up and asked for more guitar in the monitors with Chuck Prophet, Stacey Earle & Mark Stuart, Lowen & Navarro, David Poe, Jim White, Steve Earle, Malcolm Holcombe, Bob Frank & John Murry, Ed Harcourt, Jeffrey Foucault, Suzy Boguss, David Lindley, Tom Freund, Bap Kennedy, The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, John Renbourn, The Tiny, Clyde Stubblefield, Glen Tilbrook, Nick Harper and Robyn Hitchcock. PRESS "sinner, songwriter and expatriate...... the mysterious beauty of Kat’s songs unfold in the listening." CHUCK PROPHET “Haskard has a resume that confirms her craft and her politics. She's written tunes with Lowen & Navarro and Stacey Earle and sung in the choir on Neil Young's "Living With War". At her best the deliciously deep-voiced troubadour recalls KD Lang” JON BREAM /MINNEAPOLIS STAR TRIBUNE “Kathleen is a smart and aware songwriter, radical both politically and emotionally” NICK WEST / BUCKETFULL OF BRAINS Kathleen's Folk Rock Noire is "differently beautiful, her voice, phrasing & song structure dangle between the Americana of Lucinda Williams and the Punk Rock poetry of Patti Smith" ....Rootstime
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Indie Alt Chill, Rock, Folk Rock Noire, Roots Rock, Blues Tinged

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About Kathleen Haskard Music

Sinner/songwriter/expatriate Kathleen Haskard is a 4th generation native Californian based in London and spends her down time in a tipi in a canyon on the Pacific coast in the Santa Monica Mountains above Ventura County Line. She is a culturally aware musician who passionately believes in the healing power of music, people power and that the personal is most definitely political. Kathleen's third album, Where The Land Meets The Sky, is the second collaboration with artist/producer Chuck Prophet. This is the sound of a woman rediscovering her identity; her Latina roots, having spent half her life in London. Kat is the expat who has found her way home. Where The Land Meets The Sky is a return to her roots, back to her home turf, L.A. soil, the Pacific sand, the ocean the mountains and the land. This album has a unique east L.A. vibe to it; an alt folkrock sound; a cinematic quality that jumps out at you. Recorded in North Hollywood, mastered in Echo Park and featuring the likes of Greg Leisz, Tom Freund (Ben Harper), Aidan Hawken, Dan Navarro (Lowen & Navarro), Julie Christensen (Leonard Cohen), Derek Brown (Eels), Don Teschner (Rod Stewart), Lorenzo Martinez (Los Texmaniacs) and of course Chuck himself. Kat`s songs are based on an arc, a learning curve of discovery, partings, passion, love lost and found, beginnings and endings. Kat is BIG on endings. This record has a raw streak running through it; a brutal honesty. In I’ll Be Your Fool she channels Sly Stone & Neil Young and offers herself as the naive open yin partner. Untangle This Thing is a playful / sassy take on a relationship unravelling. In Drama in the Dark cities are metaphors for past relationships, loss and uncertainty. Her family tree includes Mexican folk hero Jesus Garcia, whose story and selfless death she reveals and eulogises in the traditional Sonoran corrido Maquina 501. Please Delete Me is the ultimate break-up song. What really stands out is the vibe on this album; an ethereal quality, light and shade; the sound of static under an electricity pylon before a storm, like listening in to a still-off-the-hook telephone conversation; a spectral world spliced with the harsh noise that is our 21st century soundtrack. • Kathleen had the honor of singing backing vocals in the choir that underpinned Neil Young's seminal album Living With War. • Kathleen is a recipient of the Peace Driven Songwriting Award for her song ‘Will Someone Explain?’ • Her poem ‘Of Shoes & Men’ won first place from the UK's then Poet Laureate, Andrew Motion in a London Arts Festival poetry competition. • Festivals played include: Glastonbury, Queille (France), BuFest, Folk Alliance, Far West, Zihuatanejo (Mexico), Durango, Texas Rock Fest, SXSW, NXNW, Edinburgh, Cape May, Galway Arts Festival, BRTO Radio Festival (Netherlands), Camberwell Arts Festival and the Warwick Gardens Wingding. • Kathleen has tuned up and asked for more guitar in the monitors with Chuck Prophet, Stacey Earle & Mark Stuart, Lowen & Navarro, David Poe, Jim White, Steve Earle, Malcolm Holcombe, Bob Frank & John Murry, Ed Harcourt, Jeffrey Foucault, Suzy Boguss, David Lindley, Tom Freund, Bap Kennedy, The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, John Renbourn, The Tiny, Clyde Stubblefield, Glen Tilbrook, Nick Harper and Robyn Hitchcock. PRESS "sinner, songwriter and expatriate...... the mysterious beauty of Kat’s songs unfold in the listening." CHUCK PROPHET “Haskard has a resume that confirms her craft and her politics. She's written tunes with Lowen & Navarro and Stacey Earle and sung in the choir on Neil Young's "Living With War". At her best the deliciously deep-voiced troubadour recalls KD Lang” JON BREAM /MINNEAPOLIS STAR TRIBUNE “Kathleen is a smart and aware songwriter, radical both politically and emotionally” NICK WEST / BUCKETFULL OF BRAINS Kathleen's Folk Rock Noire is "differently beautiful, her voice, phrasing & song structure dangle between the Americana of Lucinda Williams and the Punk Rock poetry of Patti Smith" ....Rootstime
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Genres:
Indie Alt Chill, Rock, Folk Rock Noire, Roots Rock, Blues Tinged

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