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Kym Brown is a Canadian-born singer, songwriter, musician and independent recording artist currently residing in London (UK). Described as an innovator who "has mastered the art of sounding weirdly beautiful", Brown's stealthy skill for pop melody garnered nominations for Georgia Straight Awards in Canada, "Indie sensation" status by Canada's Chart magazine, as well as generous airplay, including CBC Canada, XFM London, and BBC.

Fueled by poetry, tai chi and influences ranging from The Beatles to Bjork, Brown's adventures in music encompass a large body of distinctive recordings. Her new album "Cursery Rhymes" has received airplay from notable tastemakers, including Eddy Temple Morris (The Remix, London) and was named "Album Of The Week" by Tom Harrison (The Province, Vancouver, Canada). Tracks are currently featured in film on Netflix USA and itunes, and recent songwriting collaborations include work with Space Cowboy (Lady Gaga) & The Loose Cannons.

In live performance she has shared stages with the likes of Florence And The Machine & Dragonette.

"Ace tunes with a quirky sensuality"

-John Fortis (producer, Ellie Goulding, Laura Marling)