Larissa Eddie
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Larissa Eddie

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Larissa Eddie is a high energy, singing/songwriting, pop sensation from Brighton. Her talents recently wowed the judges of EA games Battle of the Bands, which was covered by T4. Larissa’s rocking set won her an all expenses paid trip to perform in New York City as well as Performing on the same bill Natasha Bedingfield (EA games), The Saturdays and McFly in Trafalgar Square. Larissa was also featu...

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Larissa Eddie is a high energy, singing/songwriting, pop sensation from Brighton. Her talents recently wowed the judges of EA games Battle of the Bands, which was covered by T4. Larissa’s rocking set won her an all expenses paid trip to perform in New York City as well as Performing on the same bill Natasha Bedingfield (EA games), The Saturdays and McFly in Trafalgar Square. Larissa was also featured on the Hollyoaks Music Show (T4) and performed at The Bedford in London along side Daniel Bedingfield (Angels in Concert) in Dec 2010. Larissa is gigging regularly around the world and most recently sang at Wembley Arena for 7700 screaming fans and supported DJ Pete Tong! She’s been working with various writers and music artists and some of Europe’s hottest producers. With the voice of Christina Aguilera, the attitude of Gwen Stefani and the looks of Cameron Diaz, 2012 looks set to be a big year for Larissa! Larissa recently took part in a showcase evening with The Unsigned Band Review and Emerging Icons at Universal headquarters in Kensington. Watch this space for videos of Larissa’s brilliant acoustic performance! Check out her Facebook HERE and read our interview with her below!

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"Someone Like You" (Adele Cover)

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Act name: Larissa Eddie

Reviews of: Larissa Eddie - Super$tar (7)

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  • Dang! Unashamably Electro Pop. Very generic but executed with much skill and energy. Larissa Eddie already looks like a Star and you can hear the swagger in her voice. This is a very catchy song and is a Production that has expertise and gloss in abundance. It's all there - you just need to fashion a method that keeps the good points above, but also looks forwards and allows some soul and vulnerability to come out too.

  • Super$tar - A swampy electro pop-track - why this isn't in the pop-charts right now I haven't got the foggiest…

  • Super$tar --- This is so catchy and I could definitely imagine it getting national radio airplay - it really is a credible, fun pop song.

  • Superstar -- Clubbin'arama! Larrisa Eddie is a woman with attitude and plenty of swagger. Very commercially minded track with all the tricks of any dance ‘choon', but also is pretty pounding and cool. She could very well be a future ‘Superstar'. But what's with the sudden ending? More, more, more! - Robert Dewis

  • Super$tar -- Super$tar is a catchy upbeat song. The synthesised bass line along with the vocals makes the song. Larissa's strong vocals provide us with a voice with similar power to that of Christina Aguilera, but with the backing creating a bouncy dance track. This was very enjoyable to listen to. I hope to hear this in a club soon. - Laura Cockram

  • Superstar - Sounds good - good voice and good pop production. Be interesting to hear her do something less generic.

  • Super$tar -- Although you should never judge a song by its title, I must admit the dollar sign initially made me weary of hearing a Ke$ha take two, but I was more than pleasantly surprised. Larissa has such depth and soul to her voice that almost bring her onto the same musical pedestal as Christian Aguilera. This track has all the winning points to make it a perfect pop song; the explosive chorus that would hit a club like an earthquake, a vocalist who can really sing and beats that don't sound cheesy or ripped out of the 90s. The only constructive thing I would say is that Larissa needs to give herself a unique selling point, although her vocals are more than strong enough she is lacking that inventiveness and creativity that would truly set her apart. Perhaps if she got rid of some clichéd lyrics and constructed a truly musically original track, we could start saying move over Lady Gaga... - Anishka Sharma

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