I’m a big fan of Taru. She’s slowly adjusted her style with each release. 100 Percent Reality was her foray into indie-singer-songwriter music and Blah Blah follows that same trend.

I think her voice sounds the best when accompanied by warmer instrumental sounds. Blah Blah has six songs, and while that usually isn’t enough to really get into a release, somehow Blah Blah sounds perfect at the length it has.

Taru’s sound is mainly her voice accompanied by the guitar. The surrounding instruments add different layers to her music, so while it may have many similar elements, the overall tone of each song is different.

Her voice continues to evolve as well, she always had a great melodic voice, but on Blah Blah it feels like it’s much more comfortable.

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