This Lake Placid musician’s down to earth collaboration might surprise you

Doyle DeanThis Lake Placid musician’s down to earth collaboration might surprise you

I first heard Caitlin Scholl’s music late last year when she sent some instrumentals to be used as part of our Underscore Project. They’re magnificent. Both “Flood” and “Golden Pelvis” are layered pulsating sonic trips. My cohort, announcer Ethan Shantie, even reached out to me one day when he was using the music on air “This stuff is GREAT! Who IS this Caitlin Scholl person?”

Her album is full of quirky dreamscape pop songs as well as some more straight forward rock and roll. “Ocean” is a capable mid-tempo stomper featuring the beautifully dirty guitar of veteran musician Chris Kowanko, now based in Upper Jay. But it’s another collaborator that I find most interesting. Scholl explained to me how a trip to the Adirondacks inspired it all.

Click the ‘play’ button above to hear the music and words of Catilin Scholl. Find her new album here.

Following the Light album cover

Following the Light album cover

Check out the video for “Following the Light”

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