K.Page and Sleepwalker's Parade

From 2003-2013 I was the vocalist and composer for the NYC indie band, K.Page and Sleepwalker's Parade. We worked against a backbone of taught and intelligent lyrics to combine jazz styling and harmonic structure with rhythms that moved through rock and funk. From this genre combustion we shaped our own brand of sophisticated avant pop that incorporated textured improvisations into traditional song structures. We release two LPs and one EP and played all over NYC including at Brooklyn Academy of Music and Lincoln Center.

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REVIEWS

Page weaves an eerie vocalise. Deborah Jowitt –  The Village Voice 

Page's exictable banshee vocals, part Peggy Lee and part The Nun's Jennifer Miro, are provocative and the backup music is an amalgam of classic and avant garde jazz, art new music, and rock...individualistic and unusual. Jack Rabid - The Big Takeover 

The album shines in its reshaping of Patti Smith-style poetics: Green City blends experimental jazz, rock, and classical influences behind Page’s sometimes sweet, sometimes dark, but always passionate, crooning. Erik Virtanen - Left Hip Magazine 

K. Page and Sleepwalker's Parade's Green City is an album that you might imagine would be worn out on an iPod alongside those of Billie Holiday or Johnny Cash, dare I say, Le Tigre? K. Page's sooty vocals smolder beside subdued electric riffs and a calculated beat. Mabel Greenberg - The Owl Magazine 

Tucked away in some seedy nightclub would be the avant garde vocal jazz group led by K.Page and her glorious spectacle of a voice. The group masterfully weaves carpeted improv jazz with circuitry bent on experimental music. Something that must be explored with gusto. J. Sin  - www. Smother.net  EDITOR’S PICK  

To me, K. Page and Sleepwalker’s Parade can be compared to a fusion of Imogen Heap, Bjork, and Canada’s own Leslie Feist. This is a whole new mood. Sean Chin - www.spillmagazine.com 

She has a haunting voice that seems simultaneously fragile and menacing...you can’t help being ensnared because Page’s voice lures you like a siren... I would suggest giving them a serious listen: repeatedly. Mark Staudte - Northeast In Tune Magazine 

A very ambitious album. It flits playfully between jazz and more rocky moments, Page's vocals can be sweet or other worldy... Kevin Trotter - The Beat Surrender