Club Passim - 4/14/2022

Sleepless Critic Review

REVIEW: Singer-songwriters Natalie Price and Grace Pettis share resilience through struggle and the joy of performing live onstage again

Posted on  by The Sleepless Critic

It is no surprise that guitar strumming singer-songwriters Natalie Price and Grace Pettis recently brought a mix of emotional weight to the Club Passim stage in Cambridge, MA.  Not only in the great joy of performing for an audience again, but the heartache, loss, and reflection in their music as a result of these past couple of complicated years.  However, within this sadness lies resilience for thriving again...

Review - "Butterfly" - 1/20/2022

Local Radio KUTX - Jack Anderson

At the top of Love Austin Music Month we re-introduced you to Austin Music Foundation’s Artist Development Program and their new compilation ATX Gen Next: Adventures in PersonATX Gen Next: Adventures in Personfeatures a dozen original songs from six Austin artists, including indie-pop/Americana-folk aficionado Natalie Price...

Music Review - "Tell Me" - 1/4/2022

Local Radio KUTX - Jack Anderson

Austin Music Foundation’s Artist Development Program has just entered their fifth year and in honor of Love Austin Music Month they’re releasing their third record, ATX Gen Next: Adventures in Person – recorded at The Bubble and produced by Chris “Frenchie” Smith and Einar Pedersen. The album officially drops mid-January and the vinyl edition is out this Summer, but we’ll be featuring the compilation in full over the next few weeks, starting today with Natalie Price...

Music Video Review - 3/5/2020

NPR - Tiny Desk Contest - Jon Lewis

Hometown: Austin, Texas
Pairs well with: A contemplative cup of tea while wearing your favorite sweater; sending a sappy text to a friend or significant other 

Natalie Price's "The Island" is a sparse and tender love song: We hear just Price's voice and a kalimba — a kind of miniature plucked piano. The instrument has a music-box quality to it, and its childlike sweetness matches perfectly with Price's lyrics: a sentimental narration of two people just at the beginning of falling in love, feeling like they've finally found dry land after years out at sea. —Jon Lewis