Kitty Coen “Cadillac” – Witch Rock in the Texas Desert

Kitty Coen
Photo Credit: Kirt Barnett. Image provided by Big Hassle.

Urban pop gets rural with Kitty Coen’s ‘Cadillac’.   Spaghetti Western guitars float behind Coen’s breathy vocals as she spins a tale of foreboding.  The production sounds at times like Lana Del Rey being produced by Stuart Pearson: a gothic desert inhabited by a modern chanteuse.

Coen describes the track as a “metaphorical dance with the devil on fateful night in a desolate West Texas saloon.”  Now based in Nashville but clearly not straying far from her Texas roots Coen is creating her own new genre she dubs “witch rock”.

 

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Ed Donnelly is a multi-instrumentalist, recording engineer and record producer from Los Angeles. He has worked with Willie Nelson, Crowded House, Marc Cohn, Jools Holland, Matchbox Twenty, The Cult, BoyHaunt, Gladys Knight, Trent Summar and The West Coast Mob, Smashing Pumpkins, Del McCoury, OK Go, Exodus, Molly Leach, Tom Morello, O.A.R., Madness, The Crystal Method, DrunkHungry, Deadmau5, Zac Brown, CrysP Tyger, Bighead Todd and the Monsters, Jake Shimabukuro, Barenaked Ladies, Tsar, Killola and more. Donnelly regularly performs with Nathan Jacques as well as Little Silver Hearts and records with GhostsDream. Little known fact: He previously held Top Secret Security Clearance with the U.S. Department of State and Q Clearance from the Department of Energy. He currently runs The Barber’s Basement Recording Studio in Highland Park and is a partner in The Atmos at Lemontree Studio.
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