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Discussion in 'music' started by davidavdavid, Oct 13, 2017.

  1. davidavdavid

    davidavdavid EARWAG

    Latest album just dropped and to my ears it possesses a very welcome retro sound. Mid 70's - Studio 54 in its heyday, Midtown nights, Chelsea mornings

  2. RickyC6

    RickyC6 Infuriate the frog-men

    Hmmm lots of folk raving about this. I best investigate.
  3. Gaius

    Gaius Trade: Stiletto by Tangerine

    I have her debut which I really like, this one is a bit like Goldfrapp's Black Cherry in parts but not as good!
  4. guey

    guey pfm Member

    I love her last, self titled album - still waiting for this one to turn up.
  5. Tony L

    Tony L Administrator

    The cover is a work of genius.
  6. RogerJW

    RogerJW pfm Member

    Good performance on Later with Jools - how did pianist manage to play in that headgear though?
  7. gassor

    gassor "There may be more posts after this."

    I was thinking the same about the pianist, but suffocation for art's sake is a laudable outcome. In fact I thought her performance was superb. The songs on the album are quite personal following her break-up with model Cara Delevingne.
  8. trick cyclist

    trick cyclist pfm Member

    I totally agree with this - having just discovered her for myself, I'm really loving the early stuff, particularly Marry Me; the comparison to Goldfrapp is valid, albeit Alison went from Avant-Garde to Disco in the space of one album.
  9. underzone

    underzone pfm Member

    Yeah, pretty good album!
  10. rdf

    rdf pfm Member

    I LOVE this record. I didn't quite get the fuss about the last, good but nowhere near as good as, say, "Actor". This one deserves all the hype and plaudits.
  11. barryb

    barryb pfm Member

    Actor is the high watermark for me. This has it's moments - the piano ballads are nice. I think the production is better - certainly she's suffered from sub-par production in the best. It was not quite indie low-fi, more so just poor. The production values on this album suit it mostly...
  12. Big Tabs

    Big Tabs frequently wrong.

    How does it compare to 'Love This Giant' the David Byrne collaboration? That album was the first time I heard St Vincent, and I loved it.
  13. Aethelist

    Aethelist pfm Member

    Feminarzististic muzak I struggle with. Like an agenda Brenda.

    I once got jumped on by a couple of mad lesbians when I mistook the ladies bog at a gig.

    Scary people.
  14. JimmyB

    JimmyB pfm Member

    Well worth getting excellent stuff as usual from her. Also, last album had 'Prince Johnny' and 'Digital Witness' which are constants in the car, maybe not the best of her albums but i don't think there's a duff one.

    Sounds best on the limited edition pink vinyl.....
  15. JensenHealey

    JensenHealey pfm Member

    Seems to be around like a rash at the moment. Appeared on Chris Evans on Friday too.
  16. david ellwood

    david ellwood Kirabosi Kognoscente

    I find it an affront to hear this Tosh compared to goldfrapp.
  17. dsg

    dsg Bearded fellow

    I bought it a few days ago and it's growing on me, a lot. The music and arrangements are really original and interesting but she also shows her emotional vulnerability.

    She seems to divide opinion: the excellent Robin Ince slagged her off at End Of The Road a few years ago when she performed with David Byrne - he called her "that woman" who played with David Byrne. The response from the crowd was equally divided between cheers and boos.

  18. ciderglider

    ciderglider pfm Member

    I bought her album Actor a couple of years ago, and I'm indifferent to it, but I saw St Vincent on Graham Norton recently, and was much more impressed.
  19. rdf

    rdf pfm Member

    Actor's my favourite, but the new one is really growing on me. I was very disappointed with the David Byrne collaboration. It all seemed somehow "flat" to me.

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