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Friday, February 18, 2011

Lullabies To Paralyze

Top/ Fever Ray (Rabid Records, 2009) is the debut solo album from Fever Ray, an alias of Karin Dreijer Andersson of the electronic duo The Knife, formed in Sweden with her brother Olof Dreijer and currently on hiatus. It was widely praised. Andersson was previously the vocalist and guitarist of the alternative rock band Honey Is Cool. Her vocal style is notable for both shrill and deep, distorted tones combined with her distinctive accent and the use of pitch-shifting, while her image as a performer tends to include the wearing of masks and other theatrical elements. "If I Had a Heart", the first single of the album, was released digitally on 15 December 2008. In 2009 the collection of feminist pornographic shorts Dirty Diaries was released with a soundtrack composed by Andersson. The Knife have listed David Lynch, Laurie Anderson, Aki Kaurismäki, Korean cinema, Trailer Park Boys, Donnie Darko, Doom, and Black Hole as inspirations for their work. In addition, Olof Dreijer cited techno, grime, and Southern hip hop, while Andersson named Sonic Youth, Kate Bush, dEUS, Le Tigre and Siouxsie and the Banshees. Bottom/ Cosmic tunes for the party tonight. Acid Washed is a two-man process primarily, following the blueprint devised over the past year by Richard D’Alpert and Andrew Claristidge: two DJ’s keen on using modern and vintage equipment to create sophisticated electronics with a sharp pop aesthetic. The result is the self-titled Acid Washed (Records Makers, 2010), a fusion of late nineties French house vibes and DFA disco touches that acknowledges the influence of Chicago and Detroit without being overly reverential. Throw names like Steve Reich and Giorgio Moroder into the hat as well if you like. Artistic direction for the project comes from British designer Anthony Burrill. His striking, geometric visuals adorn their record sleeves as well as providing the hypnotic, focal point of their music videos and visceral live show.

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