Originally from the coast of Maine, Alice Limoges is a singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who has been performing across NYC and the Northeast for three years. In December, she released her self-produced album, The Space Between, which Lemonade Magazine said is "[f]illed with brilliant tenderness that can only be written when feeling are running out of control and the only meaningful outlet is songwriting". Her current lineup features Carey Ozmun on trumpet, Sean Power on bass, and Francesco Catricala on drums, although she also frequently plays as a more low-key duo with Ozmun. They all met studying music at SUNY Purchase’s Music Conservatory.
She began releasing records when she was 16 years old with Not Gonna Fall Asleep Tonight. 2017’s The Space Between is her most intimate work. Self produced, most tracks are Limoges alone, although a cello creeps in on the politically charged "Red Cigar". Meanwhile, "Your Skin On My Sheets" is played with a full band which foreshadows the sound of her current band. As Close As You Can Be Without Touching, on the other hand, features a 14-piece ensemble including jazz rhythm sections and horns, and featuring chamber instruments arranged by her collaborator, Zach Jackson. It’s been described by the Bangor Daily News as “something akin to a softer-edged Fiona Apple, or a harder-edged Sarah McLachlan — awfully, awfully pretty, but with a flair for the dramatic that creeps in on nearly every track”.’ She has performed extensively across NYC and the northeast, including festivals (Keene Music Festival, Keene, NH; The Campfire Festival, Cambridge, MA; Belfast Free Range Festival, Belfast, ME), colleges (Columbia University, Hamilton College, Bard College, Landmark College, SUNY New Paltz, SUNY Purchase), and other legendary venues such as Rockwood Music Hall (NYC), PIANOS (NYC), The Bowery Electric (NYC), Club Passim (Boston), and Cafe Nine (New Haven).
Torched Magazine: "'The Space Between’ is an emotionally charged collection of songs that you can easily pull up a blanket by the fire with as you turn the pages of your favorite book."
Dope Cause We Said: “The Space Between” is the rainy day album that you’ve been waiting for.
Lemonade Magazine: "[F]illed with brilliant tenderness that can only be written when feeling are running out of control and the only meaningful outlet is songwriting"
Balistic Sounds: "Ozmun’s trumpet solos smoothly coalesce with Limoges’s vocals as she serenades our ears with feelings from a former relationship"
Wee Claire: "Alice Limoges's music is wonderfully wistful and delightfully dreamy." Bangor Daily News: "As a songwriter, Limoges brings to mind something akin to a softer-edged Fiona Apple, or a harder-edged Sarah McLachlan — awfully, awfully pretty, but with a flair for the dramatic that creeps in on nearly every track."