Athens, Georgia local Madeline Adams is at her mid-teens when she started performing and writing music in the first 2000s. Adams, who has electric guitar and piano, makes music that echoes vocalist/songwriters which range from Sarah McLachlan, Jenny Lewis, and Natalie Product owner to Joni Mitchell and Janis Ian. Simply 15 when she began writing music and executing them live, Adams (who uses just her initial name skillfully) was 17 when she released her debut record, Kissing & Dance, in 2002. The record had been designed for a couple of months when it had been found for distribution by Plan-It-X Information. Subsequently, Adams agreed upon with the neighborhood Orange Twin label, documenting her second full-length record, The Gradual Bang, in 2005 and 2006. A romantic acoustic work, The Gradual Bang was made by Mathew Houck (of Phosphorescent popularity) and was documented at his house in Athens and released by Orange Twin in early 2007. On her behalf next recording, 2009’s White colored Flag, Adams didn’t proceed the minimalist path — she got a whole music group backing her this time around — as well as the maker was Jason Robira, known in Athens circles for his efforts towards the folk-rock music group the Ginger Envelope and a previous person in Louisiana clothing the Urbosleeks. Adams documented her kaleidoscopic 4th album, 2011’s Dark Velvet, inside a spontaneous style inspired by concert events and Neil Young’s Within the Seaside and Tonight’s the night time.