Welcome to DrunkenWerewolf’s ReverbNation column; a place where you’ll find the fruits of our labour following out partnership with the app and social media music goliath. Over the next three months, we’ll be scouring submissions through their website to bring a selection of the finest to your ears.
Colorado’s Maddy Ellwanger creates an unbelievable noise with break neck bass lines and her undeniably captivating vocal.
She cites Marilyn Manson and Marina and the Diamonds as an influence. It’s clear from description alone that Maddy Ellwanger's not your ordinary singer songwriter. She can be found charging around the studio at a thousand electronvolts a minute on her lead song “Karla the Strange”. Maddy Ellwanger also replicates the chemical quality of cocaine on the song’s recent video, available to stream below.
Elsewhere Maddy Ellwanger chirps, chirrups and bahs over softer instrumentation. All the while she maintains an element of insanity and audible goodness comparable only to the world’s weirdest (and most successful) female musicians.
Check out the video for “Karla the Strange” below and find out more here.