Our Little Corner

Wilde Assembly

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Vibey, hopeful, and stirring, Our Little Corner EP is six cover songs recorded by Ethan Wilde Clark…

and produced and performed by Ethan and Madeleine True Clark under the name Wilde Assembly.

These are two of my favorite artists and people. Yes, I am biased, they are my kids.

At my house, songs, artists, and albums are discussed at any hour of the day, often passionately. We are a musical family. If you happen to visit in the evening you may hear Madeleine playing her piano in her room, her voice faintly mesmerizing us with its beautiful rich tone through the walls.

Amazon boxes show up regularly at our house as Ethan has ordered some new piece of gear for his bedroom studio from which between the hours of 2 pm and 5 am you will hear bass, drums, guitars, synthesizers, and every other instrument imaginable from his ever-growing library sounds. And then he finally started to add his voice, and it’s smooth and perfect.

This album is hours, days, and months of Ethan and Madi reimagining and finding fresh expression and interpretation of six really good songs by artists like, Regina Spektor, Tom Odell, Billie Eilish, and K.S. Rhodes

I love the creative and developing style as Ethan in particular grows in his craft of song production and as both grow as songwriters. This album is a melodic mixture of organic and digital instrumentation and its brilliant!

Enjoy, share, and follow, this is just the beginning.

2 Comments

  1. Jack Haberer

    As the great uncle to Ethan and Madi — the way too far away to get to know them well gruncle — I am amazed at the talent these two possess. Then again, the Clark family of parents, aunt and uncles (all from my wife Barbie’s side) are overflowing in talent, so it stands to reason that the genes and environment would cultivate it for the next generation. That said, this music is beautiful. Thoughtful lyrics. Lilting melodies and voices. Catchy, memorable tunes. Great musical movements and instrumentation. Amazing throughout.

    Way to go, family! Proud to be related to you.

    Gruncle Jack

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    • Jason Clark

      Ha, Uncle Jack, you’re the great encourager! I remember you encouraging me around the same age to chase down my theological and artistic passions.

      Yes, it’s so fun to see them working together and the music continues to develop beautifully!

      Grace and love to you guys!

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