MAWD presents her new EP
New EP from California’s soulful folk and rock’n’roll artist MAWD. Her new release is an explosive blend of husky vocals, layered guitars and powerful driving rhythms. Produced by Roger Gisborne and mastered by Brian Lucey (The Black Keys, Beck, The Kills) the new EP is a stunning blend of folk, blues, rock and pop. Her vocals have been compared to Janis Joplin.
MAWD is the moniker of California musician and songwriter Madeline Matthews. Her stunning compositions fuse rock’n’roll, folk/blues and pop. The soulful, textured timbre of MAWD is diverse and ranges anywhere from a breathy and sultry folk/blues vibe, to a powerful Janis Joplin-esque/Karen O. belt. Her vocals perfectly imprint upon the sonic foundation laid by quivering electric guitar, haunting harmonies, classic acoustic folk rhythms, south western inspired Americana bass lines, and full percussion. MAWD is a true musician playing the piano, guitar, ukulele, bass, accordion and some banjo as well. Her debut self titled EP is produced by Roger Gisborne of Los Angeles based record label Sound x3 and mastered by Brian Lucey (The Black Keys, Beck, The Kills). MAWD has headlined sold out shows across the globe and performed at SXSW this last spring. MAWD self titled EP is set for release summer 2018.