Intriguing or insufferable––it’s your choice–– as Boston-based artist Eddy Walda presents a collection of stripped-down recordings whose melodies are as engaging as his voice is limited. Though some artists have made a cult career out of their pitch-deprived singing abilities, it will be harder for Walda to make the same case, as his material is not as inherently off-kilter and eccentric as his vocal delivery. Instead, his songs all possess strong melodic hooks better suited to a more conventional, commercial rendering than he opts for here. As they are now, these recordings (“Can’t You See,” the ukulele- fueled “Alright” and the touching piano ballad “Sunset of You”) seem like songwriter demos with potential.
Seeking: Label, Film/TV
Style: Indie Pop, Solo Piano