British alt-folk singer/songwriter Laura J. Martin drew evaluations with famous brands Ralfe Music group, Beth Denims Houghton, and Lovely Billy Pilgrim, but got her own exclusive sound, which steadily drifted toward Americana. Created and raised in Maghull, Merseyside, simply north of Liverpool, as a kid Martin enjoyed hearing her grandfather play the piano. She used the flute at college, eventually getting an achieved flautist, and discovered to try out piano and mandolin. Influenced by poetry and such disparate performers as David Bowie, Lalo Schifrin, and Serge Gainsbourg, she started to create her own tracks and, using a loop pedal and an Akai MPC, became a one-woman music group when she performed live, looping all of the tools and her personal vocals to generate dizzying audio textures. Her 1st two albums, 2012’s The Hangman Tree and 2013’s Dazzle Times, had been released through Static Caravan. They mainly got a psychedelic folk audio, with Martin’s high, breathy delivery faintly recalling Kate Bush. She worked well extensively like a program musician, and in addition documented a collaborative recording with Gorky’s Zygotic Mynci frontman Euros Childs beneath the name Brief & Curlies, entitled In the Dance. Influenced by her friend Kidkanevil, she requested and was approved towards the 2014 Tokyo Crimson Bull Music Academy; her residency there influenced her to consider more dangers and put even more “dirt” into her music. Ennui and disillusionment at a lot of Liverpool’s lively, eclectic alternative locations being changed by faceless house blocks fueled her third recording, On the Under no circumstances Under no circumstances, that was released by Form Records in Feb 2016. Documented in Nashville in only three times at the house studio of maker extraordinaire Tag Nevers, the recording had even more of an Americana audio and noticed Martin backed with a stellar solid of ’90s alt-country and indie rock and roll legends including Matt Swanson and Tony Crow of Lambchop, Sterling silver Jews’ Brian Kotzur, as well as the Jesus Lizard’s Duane Denison.