She moved to Brooklyn and started recording with Tony Maimone (Pere Ubu, They Might Be Giants) and Joel Hamilton (Sparklehorse, Highly Suspect), resulting in two EPs and two full-length albums.
Her distinctive vocal style and songwriting have seen increasing recognition and airplay internationally. She has been featured in compilation CDs by Jane Magazine and SXSW and was a Semi-Finalist in “The American Music Awards® Presents The Coca-Cola New Music Award” 2003 Competition. Her music has also been featured in dance pieces, fashion shows, independent film, and cable programming such as “No Reservations” and “Vampire Kisses”.
After a ten year hiatus, she started to sing in bars in La Antigua, Guatemala. In May 2016, tracks began at Studio G Brooklyn, culminating in another full-length release, The Wheel. Themes of life, loss, and political injustice are juxtaposed with insomnia, love, and a rueful perspective that came with the ten years of life in between recordings.
“Alice’s music is just beyond the confines of anything we could have imagined.. She is THAT good. See her soon.” — Mike Perazzetti