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Christina Li has always lived between two worlds. After sharpening her vocal chops as a jazz house band singer and training at the Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music at NYU, Christina finally returned to her own music in 2012 to find new sounds awaiting her. The three songs that compose her new EP are each unique and range from the folk-country of "Fly" to the dark-pop-rock of "Dark Friends." She finally breaks from the sparing but heartbreaking tunes of her past to shout her twisted and imaginative lyrics. Her new EP pushes her rich, sultry vocals to make her sound like a punk-ed up Norah Jones and the transition from acoustic guitar to electric supports this new timbre with grittier tones. You can always hear her somewhere between Washington Square Park and Park Slope - continually singing and strumming.
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