As Ladyhawke, Phillippa "Pip" Brown crafts larger-than-life songs that made her one of the leading lights of the 1980s synth pop revival of the late 2000s and well into the 21st century. However, she's just as inspired by Nirvana and Electric Light Orchestra as by Cyndi Lauper or Pat Benatar, and Brown's musical literacy gave her award-winning 2008 debut Ladyhawke a wide appeal as well as critical acclaim. Where many of her contemporaries focus on slick surfaces, Ladyhawke draws upon real-life emotions and situations that added depth to her songs, whether on the grunge and glam-rock augmented angst of 2012's Anxiety or the therapeutic grooves of 2021's Time Flies. Born in Masterton, New Zealand, Brown grew up in a musical family: her mother was a singer and guitarist, while her stepfather was a jazz drummer. As a child, she ...
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