If there’s a female artist that’s genuinely deserves to be massive, it’s none other than the attractive Priya Thomas. And if you appreciate good quality music, then you’d see what so many others have seen in Priya and give her your support by getting her LP. In essence, get your radio stations playing her songs.
Head on down to her website and you’d be able to see the numerous glowing reviews from critics. Priya’s official website is easily reached at http://www.priyathomas.com
“Priya Thomas is a one-woman band, standing before you with nothing but her guitar and a beatbox.”
“She is a multi-instrumentalist who composes on guitar and piano, programs all her own loops and now even records her own material.”Unlike many solo female performers, Priya Thomas is a trained dancer, and her live show is movement driven; hurling herself at the microphone while frantically twisting knobs and flailing onstage, a dervish stumbling through digital punk-rock.
If you’ve got the chance to catch her live show, then you simply have to drop whatever you’re doing and watch her perform. Priya’s gigs are a strange mix of Blondie, Nina Hagen and the contortions of Le Cirque du Soleil.
Her new CD, ‘Songs For Car Commercials’, described as digital garage pop, which you must get, is a cleaver-sharp chronicle of being an “outsider”. Priya’s disc is a collection of cleverly crafted futuristic pop songs about the human spirit and what it means to survive in a materially insatiable world. Defiant and anti-authoritarian, singer-songwriter Priya Thomas represents a new phenomenon.
You can tell the striking Priya what you think of her music by emailing her at
I shall end this with another positive review.
“When you invite comparisons to almost all of the female artists who’ve changed the face of music over the last 20 years (PJ Harvey, Bjork, Kate Bush, Madonna), you know that you’re good. When you can invite those same comparisons without ever once seeming derivative, you know that you’re great. Priya’s it.”