"Maybe it's a metaphor with the pitch and the vibrato?" Singer, songwriter, and one-human band Edith Crash shares her story about growing up near a first-century aqueduct in southern France, how the #eqdAqueduct vibrato pedal inspired her playing on a collaboration with Sunny War, and tries our latest vibrato Device with electric guitar and vocals. Learn more: https://eqd.rocks/Aqueduct
Edith Crash belongs to no one. In fact, her music—sung in French, Spanish, and English—transcends the international origins of this one-woman band by blending them all into one cohesive project. Inspired by dark experimentalism of vastly different artists such as Portishead, Jacques Brel, and PJ Harvey, Crash’s dynamic mix of folk and grunge is as much of a cross-cultural creation as the singer herself. Born in France, raised in Spain, and based now in Los Angeles, Crash’s songs defy genre by pulling bits and pieces from clamoring post-punk, bluesy folk, and vigorous Spanish guitar.