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Thursday, July 3, 2008

All Neon Like

Bottom/ Jukebox (Matador Records, 2008) is the eighth album by American singer/songwriter Chan Marshall, also known by her stage name, Cat Power. She is known for her minimalist style, sparse guitar and piano playing, and ethereal vocals. The album is comprised almost entirely of cover songs, including "New York", popularized by Liza Minnelli in 1977 and Frank Sinatra in 1980, "Don't Explain", originally released by Billie Holiday, and "A Woman Left Lonely", originally released by Ella Brown and popularised by Janis Joplin on her (posthumous) 1971 album, Pearl. Middle/ Singer-songwriter Feist, ex-member of Canadian indie rock bands Broken Social Scene and By Divine Right, weaves the sweetest tunes in her third solo album The Reminder (Cherrytree/Interscope, 2007). Top/ With it's minimalist, synthetic beats and lush string orchestra arrangements, Björk's fourth album Homogenic (One Little Indian, 1997) reflects the dual nature of her native Iceland, an eerie mix of nature and high-tech.

Wednesday, July 2, 2008

Little Fluffy Clouds

The Orb often used bizarre imagery, such as for their live album Live 93 (Island Records, 1993), the cover of which with the sheep over the Battersea Power Station parodied Pink Floyd's Animals album cover. The Orb are an English electronic music group known for popularising chill out music in the 1990s and spawning the genre of ambient house through the use of a diverse array of samples and recordings. The Orb's critical and commercial success in the UK peaked in the early 1990s with their albums The Orb's Adventures Beyond The Ultraworld and the track "Little Fluffy Clouds" (incorporating samples from Steve Reich's Electric Counterpoint and vocal clips from an interview with Rickie Lee Jones in which she recalls picturesque images from her childhood), and U.F.Orb, which reached #1 on the UK Albums Chart in 1992. This success led to their infamous, "legendary avant-garde" appearance on Top of the Pops, where they showcased their quirky style by playing a game of chess (an interest of cofounder Alex Paterson's since his early youth) in space suits, while footage of dolphins and an edited version of the group's single "Blue Room"
ran in the background.

Tuesday, July 1, 2008

Oh Yeah, Oh No

Bottom/ Le Tigre (French for "The Tiger") is an American dance-punk band, formed by Kathleen Hanna (formerly of Bikini Kill) and Johanna Fateman in 1998. Le Tigre is known for its socio-political lyrics, dealing with issues of feminism and the LGBT community. This Island (Universal, 2004) is their third album. Initially envisioned as a live back up band for Hanna's solo project Julie Ruin, Le Tigre mixed the politics and feminism of riot grrrl with fun electronic samples and lo-fi beats. Top/ Chicks on Speed is an electropop group which started in Munich in 1997. Though usually considered part of such musical genres as electroclash, Chicks on Speed actually started as a multidisciplinary art group who applied punk-inspired DIY ethic to performance art, collage graphics and home-made fashion. We Don't Play Guitars is a collaboration with Canadian artist Peaches, from the Chicks' heavily electronic second album 99 Cents (Chicks On Speed Records, 2003). The album also included a cover of Tom Tom Club's "Wordy Rappinghood", featuring a bevy of guests including Miss Kittin (who appears later on "Shick Shaving") and Tina Weymouth (who composed the lyrics and sang on the original). Top/ Genderchange identity is one theme of Peaches' music, and she often plays with traditional notions of gender identity, gender roles, and gender representation. Her lyrics and live shows self-consciously blur the distinction between male and female; she appears on the cover of her album Fatherfucker (XL Recordings, 2003) with a full beard.