Beatie Wolfe is an Anglo-American singer songwriter with a style described by The Huffington Post as "low fi and honest" indie rock with a "strong percussive sound and bluesy overtone" and by Monocle as "expertly played, beautifully sung chamber pop." Celebrated by GQ for her "smoky captivating melodies that envelop the listener in tales of love and loss" and for “lyrics that stand alone as poetry and become indelible after hearing them,” Wolfe's music pulls from the brooding poeticism of Leonard Cohen, the tender intimacy of Elliott Smith and occasionally veers into Americana and grunge territory. Wolfe's live performance has been hailed as "breathtaking" by The New York Times Magazine and “a profound delivery of depth and soul” by BBC.
A musical innovator as much as a musician, Beatie Wolfe is at the forefront of pioneering new formats for music, which reunite tangibility, storytelling & ceremony to the album in this digital age. In this vein, Wolfe has created a series of world’s-first designs that bridge the tangible and digital, which include: a 3D vinyl for the iPhone; an intelligent album deck of cards; a Musical Jacket - designed by the tailor who dressed Bowie, Jagger and Hendrix and cut from fabric woven with Wolfe’s music - and most recently the world's first live 360 ̊ generative AR album stream.
Beatie Wolfe’s work has been featured in the world’s leading museums, festivals, conferences and received nominations across the music, tech and art fields. Wolfe is also the co-founder of a “profound” (The Times) new research project looking at the power of music for people living with dementia.
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