While Nashville’s Natalie Prass may look like a genetic hybrid of Zooey Deschanel and Charlotte Gainsbourg, her infectious tunes find their own footing without the retro-wash of the former or the distant otherworldliness of the latter. Instead, Prass’ breed of indie pop might take more from the frank, unpredictable (and pre-bhangra rap) style of Liz Phair (with a much more capable vocal range), or the catchy quirk of Feist. At times childlike in her enunciation and certainly playful in her beats and melodies, Prass creates music rich with clever hooks that hide beneath enough eccentricities and tuneful fuzz to avoid being cloying. Perhaps more exciting than any one artist is the growing roster of unique female singer-songwriters flowing out of Nashville lately, including Tristen, Jessie Baylin, Madi Diaz and Caitlin Rose — and now Prass. With dreamy locals Foreign Fields and retro rocker Christopher Wild.