by Chadwick and Spector in New Music on Sunday 18 March 2012

When she’s not dancing, acting, and singing on Broadway stages, Becca Ayers is creating what could be described as vintage pop. It’s nostalgic, but not in that sickly sweet, folksy way.  She leads you down more of a surreal landscape where you wonder: ‘What the heck was that last lyric? Did she really say that?’ The Prescription Song is a bit different from her typical sound, but keeps in line with her quirky lyrics. It’s sure to offend the ears of many conservatives. Good.