Defoe’s style is like no other. She combines vintage sounds – similar to idol Patsy Cline – with modern production, creating a nearly cinematic soundscape. Each note is carefully crafted to take you on a journey, sometimes innocently dreamlike, sometimes uneasy and mysterious, as is apparent on the track The Road to El Paso:
The other three songs were adopted from her horror film score with director Dylan Reynolds. Reynolds, her neighbor, was intrigued by her sounds which were projected throughout the hallways, and in 2017 she was invited to star in the motion picture “420 Massacre” film score.
Defoe’s words are bound to sweep you off your feet, in a gorgeous, inspired, sometimes pained, always poetic way, while her production styles occupy realms that remain uncharted by others. -Yellow Scene Magazine