Vocalist/songwriter Gin Wigmore crafts emotional, intelligent folk-pop in the vein of contemporaries like Feist, Fiona Apple, and Brandi Carlile. Created in Auckland, New Zealand, her big break arrived after defeating out 11,000 talented individuals to earn the International Songwriting Competition in NY, which led to a record cope with Common Music Australia. Wigmore released her debut EP, using the award-winning “Hallelujah” (a deeply personal music that handled the passage of her dad) as its centerpiece, in 2008. A full-length debut, Holy Smoke cigarettes, arrived twelve months later, featuring shows by previous Ryan Adams support music group the Cardinals. Gravel & Wines, originally released in New Zealand in 2011 and in the U.S. in 2013, was a huge-sounding dance-pop recording that, like her debut, proceeded to go platinum in New Zealand. Wigmore going to Blakeslee Documenting Studios in North Hollywood, California on her behalf third studio room long-player, the very much anticipated Bloodstream to Bone.