Perhaps best known for her woo-hoo-ing skills in the semi-ubiquitous folk rock jam “Black Horse And The Cherry Tree,” KT Tunstall’s soulful voice and looping pedal dexterity rocketed her to Internet fame back in 2008. Her latest studio album, Tiger Suit, features good-natured, inoffensive folk songs backed by coy electronic flourishes and overtones of Lilith Fair-esque female empowerment. She describes her folktronic tunes as “nature techno,” an act of creative pigeonholing that might not mean anything at all. All creative and weirdly specific genres aside, this Scottish singer-songwriter knows her way around a hook. She flourishes in a live setting—as documented on her new Live In Londonalbum—thrilling audiences with one (wo)man band stunts and an arsenal of choice cover tunes.