Carly Taich

USA // Asheville, NC



 When asked if it’s weird to hear your own voice on recording, Carly says “no, I find it much harder to hear myself speaking right now.” Carly credits her singing voice with a wish she made on her 7th birthday, and several years of eventual classical training. the youngest of three in a family of talkers Carly found the best way to get others to listen was through song. during the incubation period she calls childhood Carly learned the art of observation, a skill she values and credits for much of her content.

Her early influences could be found handwritten on burnt CDs from her family: the eclectic stylings of Jamiroquai, Lauryn Hill, Tori Amos, Elliott Smith, No Doubt, Hair (1979), Sam Cooke, and The Andrew Sisters. she credits the poetry of Shel Silverstein for her love of wordplay.

Today Carly’s songs ask heavy questions with a light-hearted flare, seeking to shine light on dark contradictions and savor the rich and simpler parts of life.

Soon after graduating college, Carly settled in Asheville, NC, where she met art-rock band Midnight Snack. many of its members would join her in creating her first studio album, reverie. Carly won the brown bag songwriting competition in 2015. when asked if she intends to settle in Asheville, Carly says “we’re not sure if we’ll stay but we’ll certainly come visit.”


Agency Little Antithesis Music

Phone 704-919-0605


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