[New Release]Lindsey Stirling
After gaining popularity on that program, Stirling continued to grow and impress, writing songs in a variety of styles with a mix of producers, first on a 2010 EP, “Lindseystomp,” then on a series of standalone digital singles and now her self-titled studio album.
Although she’s known for her covers, the album features Stirling’s original compositions.
At times dreamlike and others electronic dance or hip hop-tinged, Stirling is exciting and full of variety. Her song “Crystallize” on this album became the sixth-most-popular song on YouTube in 2012, and this album reached No. 1 on iTunes in 13 countries and No. 81 on the Billboard 200.
It is amazing how modern electronic sounds can be blended so well with classical violin melodies and techniques.
By Kang Noo-ree, contributing writer
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