What’s in a name? Well, sometimes more than you might think, and the title of Maureen Toth’s third EP, Chiaroscuro, speaks volumes about the nature of the music found within. The word refers to how an artist explores light and shade in a painting but is just as applicable to those elements found within Maureen Toth’s deft and often delicate songs.

The centerpiece of this release is the gorgeous “Con Té“ (“With You”) a song inspired by a very emotional period in her life, of being in Italy when the pandemic first took hold…

Read the full review at The Big Takeover

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