Wallice Brings Her Deceptively Dreamy Gems to The Double Happiness Stage
LOS ANGELES, CA-
“… Sometime during the lockdown, I was going down several Spotify rabbit holes, and at some point, I stumbled upon a track called “Punching Bag” by an artist named Wallice. It was a lo-fi little gem of a cut that was equal parts garage/indie rock and pop. I kind of let Wallice fall off my radar until I caught wind of her EP “Off the Rails”.
“Off the Rails” is a solid EP that really establishes Wallice’s current template. I think that the way she recorded that EP, and the subject matter of the music, really shine a light on her personality; who she is, not only as an artist but as a person.
I liked that all 6 tracks had the same kind of feel that I got from my first listen of “Punching Bag”. Wallice’s laid-back vocals are the constant across all six tracks and that dreamy vibe gives her music a real interesting variance because her songs tackle a lot of personal issues and subjects. Her voice lulls you into a seemingly safe space … until you pay attention to her sharp/biting lyrics (case in point, listen to “Hey Michael”).
I’m not quite sure how many performances Wallice has under her belt, but she seemed to be pretty comfortable up on stage. She’s definitely another artist that I’m interested in keeping an eye on to see how she evolves from here…”
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