Hailing from mountains in Southern California, this small town turned big city girl Natasha Jane Julian spent most of her childhood pursuing creative expression in any form. Starting with dance at an early age, then taking part in musical theatre productions in school, to then studying acting for TV & Film in LA before devoting herself full time to music, and later on learning piano to help with songwriting. She grew up listening to a wide array of music from the pop divas Mariah and Whitney, to The Beatles and Linda Ronstadt, and later the Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Sublime, and Coldplay in high school. She now takes inspiration from confessional art-rock, trip-hop, and film soundtracks . The California native & International touring artist Natasha Jane Julian lives to create songs where moody yet melodic meet. Think of Kate Bush meets Sia and you’ll be half way there.
The sun-baked dreaminess of the Golden State sound is a sign Natasha is returned back to her home state of California after spending 3 years living in Europe. But the multifaceted singer and her international travelogue has left its traces on her mixes.
The lyrical content of her music is that of substance and sophistication writing songs with provocative, thoughtful lyrics. With her sultry smooth vocal, she exposes the holes in humanity in a beautiful, and sometimes haunting way. Natasha has carved out her own space in the music industry winning the hearts of fans with her signature style of haunting, ethereal, and atmospherically inclined vocals.
After the release of her 2019 EP ANGEL which was a collaboration with grammy award winning producer Dom Morley she came back in 2020 with her “brilliantly evocative & colorful expressive variation of “Summertime Sadness” writes WRCB.
Currently Natasha is teaming up with UK producer & Composer Ian Barter, but has just released her latest single West Coast Girl on Aug 28th, a beachy summer song giving off those dreamy Southern California vibes .