Ellery Prescott （何家林）
他5月26日發佈了個人首長英文EP 《One Chance》
在那座小城市，何家林從小愛跳舞、唱歌，他10歲的時候開始彈吉他寫歌。大學的時候他在外面的小酒吧跟咖啡廳唱歌，後來搬到台北之後跟Liam Frost一起合作錄他第一張個人專輯《Right Where I Need to Be》。這次經驗讓他發覺到一個很重要的事情：當一位獨立創作歌手並不簡單。他開始認真寫新的歌、學電子琴、以及更了解音樂理論。過三年多之後，他寫了好幾首歌，從這些歌他挑選了5首最好聽的歌錄一張新的EP。
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Ellery is from Madison, a small, quaint city in south central Wisconsin just north of Chicago.
In that small city is where Ellery grew up singing and dancing to anything catchy with a beat, from Aretha Franklin to the Beatles to Elvis Presley. He sang from age 5 and began learning guitar at age 10 and was writing songs shortly there after. Through his college career he began singing live in cafes and bars, exploring pop and folk songwriting.
Upon arriving in Taipei Taiwan in 2012, where he has worked and lived for 6 years, he recorded his first debut album, "Right Where I Need to Be" with the talented Liam Frost of Mugen, his then producer and sound engineer. The experience of releasing music independently brought him to an important realization: being successful as an indie artist is tough ass work. From there he continued working hard writing new songs, more deeply understanding music theory, learning how to play the keyboard, and trying out adding some neo-soul flavor into the mix.
After two and half years he had a collection of songs from which he chose the best five to record his latest work, an acoustic EP entitled "One Chance." The piano offered a new sound and style, while not being completely divorced from the sounds of "Right Where I Need to Be."
From a genuine honesty, searching to express his personal story and truth, comes the music as it always has: analogue and real.
Hi, I'm Vicky. I take sad songs and I make them sadder.
Based in Taipei: jazzy vocals, sad covers, honest originals.
Nothing special. Just a lover of music and singing.