Tag: Margaux Sauvé

Favorite EPs of 2018: Ghostly Kisses – ‘The City Holds My Heart’

Favorite EPs of 2018: Ghostly Kisses – ‘The City Holds My Heart’

In an age where band names and artists’ pseudonyms are creative writing projects, few truly adopt names that fit their music. Margaux Sauvé, though, is the exception, as her project Ghostly Kisses perfectly defines her art. It is haunting but intimate, cinematic yet icy dark, spine-tingling and breathtaking. All these characterizations are captured on her sophomore EP, The City Holds […]

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Ghostly Kisses – ‘The City Holds My Heart’ (EP review)

Ghostly Kisses – ‘The City Holds My Heart’ (EP review)

 What if classically trained violinist Margaux Sauvé opted to continue to pursue a career in classical music? Could she have performed with l’Orchestre symphonique de Montréal or possibly the New York Philharmonic? We may never know the answer because the Quebec City native chose a different path that steered her to the contemporary and the future. She chose to […]

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