Born on January 4, 2008, White Hinterland is really the name of Casey Dienel (born March 10, 1985) an artist who got bored of her name?.

White, is a real mixer, blending  cabaret, pop, folk and jazz. That seems a difficult task for a young lady, doesn't it?

Casey Dienel spent the bulk of her young life living in Scituate, Massachusetts. Her first piano lessons were at 4, and at 14 she began writing her own songs. While attending Scituate High School, Dienel formed a short-lived band named Helen Keller.
After high school, Dienel moved to Boston to attend the New England Conservatory of Music, having turned down an offer of acceptance from Sarah Lawrence College. After one semester of studying classical vocals, she opted to switch her major to classical composition. During her two years at the conservatory, Dienel studied with many notable musicians, including jazz vocalist Dominique Eade and composer Lee Hyla, before taking an indefinite leave of absence to pursue her own music career. While living in Boston during her Conservatory years, Dienel met Dylan Metrano of the band Tiger Saw, and was an occasional member of the band's rotating lineup.

Her debut album, Wind-Up Canary, was released in 2006 on Hush Records. Dienel presently performs and records as White Hinterland, whose first album, titled Phylactery Factory, was released on March 4, 2008, by the independent record label Dead Oceans.

White might not have the best voice, but she has such an uique style that she is worth mentioning. Her music is so pure and peaceful that it works perfect for some relaxing time.



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