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2011/12/29
Zola Jesus

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Wikipedia Zola jesus Musical style and influences
According to the NME, Zola Jesus "wails like Kate Bush" on a music sometimes evoking Joy Division. For Q magazine, her "haunting vocals and swirling, electronic athmospherics are located midway between Florence Welch and Siouxsie and the Banshees." She has also been linked to Lisa Gerrard of Dead Can Dance and Elizabeth Frazer of the Cocteau Twins. Her style has been described variously as "commanded by ominous lyrics and a sultry Goth delivery," and "noise music that scrapes and glistens in equal measure." In a Spinner interview, describing her own artistic self, she said:
I try to create songs that are really massive and intense, but at the same time remaining honest and raw. I love the feeling when you hear a song that is so overwhelming and powerful it makes your veins hurt. I'd like to write one of those songs one day. I keep the lyrics simple, no nonsense. I've always enjoyed the way old folk songs say what they need to say without becoming convoluted or ostentatious. Just words of wisdom straight from the heart of a little midwestern girl.
Reviewers praise the quality of her vocal performances. "Whether creaking or soaring, her voice transmits with a directness that easily cuts through the layers of lo-fi grime that usually surround it. You don’t hear singers like this every day, or even every year," according to Pitchfork.
Danilova's been exposed to modern music through her father who listened to bands like Oingo Boingo, Dead Kennedys, Squeeze and Talking Heads. When older, she discovered The Residents and Throbbing Gristle. "I liked exploring how uncomfortable music could make you, which is how I found noise. I was terrified by the Residents when I first heard them at 13, but then I got intrigued by it and wanted to listen more," she said. "Their catalogue is one of the few of any artist where I never know what to expect with each album. [They're] constantly changing and experimenting in their art, as any great performer should. As far as a composer, I'd have to say Karlheinz Stockhausen – absolutely out of control brilliant."[9] Answering questions about her favourite artists and composers, she was also mentioning "singers with big voices, like Diamanda Galas and Tina Turner. Divas, film scores from the '70s and '80s. Industrial and power electronics. BBC Radiophonic Workshop, opera, Philip K. Dick." Speaking to Spinner, she said: "I listen to anything that stands out. I guess something people wouldn't expect me to listen to are artists like Alicia Keys. But she is so incredibly talented. She has this huge voice and great work ethic, which I really respect in an artist. She is also very humble and gracious and devoted to her skill." Of her operatic upbringing she said:
It has probably influenced me in several ways. When recording I look at the entire album as a whole, and not just song by song. As in operas, there are arias, interludes, etc., that all weave together to create a mood and story. Singing opera has made me very self-critical and analytical; I'm a severe perfectionist due to my studies. I was taught to sing in a way that was very biological and scientific. I resented the idea of opera as a 'skill' to be mastered, so Zola Jesus was my way of using what I knew but allowing the sounds to come out of my voice however was most comfortable, regardless of correctness.
According to the NME, Zola Jesus "wails like Kate Bush" on a music sometimes evoking Joy Division.For Q magazine, her "haunting vocals and swirling, electronic athmospherics are located midway between Florence Welch and Siouxsie and the Banshees." She has also been linked to Lisa Gerrard of Dead Can Dance and Elizabeth Frazer of the Cocteau Twins.Her style has been described variously as "commanded by ominous lyrics and a sultry Goth delivery," and "noise music that scrapes and glistens in equal measure." In a Spinner interview, describing her own artistic self, she said:
I try to create songs that are really massive and intense, but at the same time remaining honest and raw. I love the feeling when you hear a song that is so overwhelming and powerful it makes your veins hurt. I'd like to write one of those songs one day. I keep the lyrics simple, no nonsense. I've always enjoyed the way old folk songs say what they need to say without becoming convoluted or ostentatious. Just words of wisdom straight from the heart of a little midwestern girl.
Reviewers praise the quality of her vocal performances. "Whether creaking or soaring, her voice transmits with a directness that easily cuts through the layers of lo-fi grime that usually surround it. You don’t hear singers like this every day, or even every year," according to Pitchfork.
Danilova's been exposed to modern music through her father who listened to bands like Oingo Boingo, Dead Kennedys, Squeeze and Talking Heads. When older, she discovered The Residents and Throbbing Gristle. "I liked exploring how uncomfortable music could make you, which is how I found noise. I was terrified by the Residents when I first heard them at 13, but then I got intrigued by it and wanted to listen more," she said. "Their catalogue is one of the few of any artist where I never know what to expect with each album. [They're] constantly changing and experimenting in their art, as any great performer should. As far as a composer, I'd have to say Karlheinz Stockhausen – absolutely out of control brilliant." Answering questions about her favourite artists and composers, she was also mentioning "singers with big voices, like Diamanda Galas and Tina Turner. Divas, film scores from the '70s and '80s. Industrial and power electronics. BBC Radiophonic Workshop, opera, Philip K. Dick." Speaking to Spinner, she said: "I listen to anything that stands out. I guess something people wouldn't expect me to listen to are artists like Alicia Keys. But she is so incredibly talented. She has this huge voice and great work ethic, which I really respect in an artist. She is also very humble and gracious and devoted to her skill." Of her operatic upbringing she said:
It has probably influenced me in several ways. When recording I look at the entire album as a whole, and not just song by song. As in operas, there are arias, interludes, etc., that all weave together to create a mood and story. Singing opera has made me very self-critical and analytical; I'm a severe perfectionist due to my studies. I was taught to sing in a way that was very biological and scientific. I resented the idea of opera as a 'skill' to be mastered, so Zola Jesus was my way of using what I knew but allowing the sounds to come out of my voice however was most comfortable, regardless of correctness.



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Lana Del Rey – “Born To Die” Video
It’s here! When LDR first mentioned that the video for “Born To Die” featured a tiger in its cast, she was actually being modest. The clip actually has two tigers, as well as a cathedral, a slo-mo flaming-wreckage shot, and a ton of makeout scenes with the Tommy Lee-looking guy from the topless flag-fluttering video (model Bradley Soileau). Woodkid (Yoann Lemoine) directs…



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Check out http://t.co/gVPEflaSAzealia Banks feat. Lazy Jay - '212' video
12-14 22:26


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Supermarket Love - 2Look4 (Sun Glitters Remix) by Sun Glitters via #soundcloud http://t.co/BlxEv4Pv
12-09 23:28

Sleigh Bells - Rill Rill (Official) http://t.co/sRfsU3Ns via @youtube
12-09 09:19


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Have a heart, have a heart, have a heart
Sixteen six six six and I know the part
You are the river flow
And we can never know
We're just a weatherman
You make the wind blow

Keep thinking about every straight face yes
Wonder what your boyfriend thinks about your braces
What about them
I'm all about them
Six such straight As
Cut em in the bathroom

So this is it then?
You're here to win friend
Click click saddle up see you on the moon then
You're all alone friend?
Pick up the phone then
Rill rill call them up
Tell them about the new trends

So this is it then?
You're here to win friend
Click click saddle up see you on the moon then
You're all alone friend?
Pick up the phone then
Rill rill call them up
Tell them about the new trends

Have a heart, have a heart, have a heart
Sixteen six six six a I fell apart
You form a tarot pack
And I'm aware of that
But we could fist fight drunk like the parent trap

Keep thinking about every straight face yes
Wonder what your boyfriend thinks about your braces
We never blink see
And you can see me
We fell asleep in the middle of the fury

So this is it then?
[ From: http://www.metrolyrics.com/rill-rill-lyrics-sleigh-bells.html ]
You're here to win friend
Click click saddle up see you on the moon then
You're all alone friend?
Pick up the phone then
Rill rill call them up
Tell them about the new trends

So this is it then?
You're here to win friend
Click click saddle up see you on the moon then
You're all alone friend?
Pick up the phone then
Rill rill call them up
Tell them about the new trends

Have a heart, have a heart, have a heart
Sixteen six six six and I know the part
You are the river flow
And we can never know
You're just a weatherman
We make the wind blow

Keep thinking about every straight face yes
Wonder what your boyfriend thinks about your braces
What about them
I'm all about them
Six such straight As
Cut em in the bathroom

So this is it then?
You're here to win friend
Click click saddle up see you on the moon then
You're all alone friend?
Pick up the phone then
Rill rill call them up
Tell them about the new trends

So this is it then?
You're here to win friend
Click click saddle up see you on the moon then
You're all alone friend?
Pick up the phone then
Rill rill call them up
Tell them about the new trends

johnny


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[DSL] [HD] [FULL CONCERT] LCD SOUNDSYSTEM LAST CONCERT AT MSG (Part 19) http://t.co/1jAaqgtN via @youtube
12-06 17:42


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LCD Soundsystem Wikipedia
LCD Soundsystem was a prominent American dance-punk band from New York City. It was fronted by American singer-songwriter and producer James Murphy, co-founder of record label DFA Records. The group released three critically acclaimed albums, with 2010's This Is Happening charting in the Billboard Top 10.
On February 5, 2011, a statement was posted on the band's website that announced its disbandment following a farewell concert, which took place on April 2, 2011, at Madison Square Garden. Their last live televised performance was on February 14, 2011 on The Colbert Report.

LCD Soundsytem Final Show Documentary to Screen at Sundance
SHUT UP AND PLAY THE HITS was named by Win Butler
Pitchfork page here
The 2012 Sundance Film Festival is going to be heavy on James Murphy. As reported yesterday, the LCD Soundsystem frontman will appear in a feature film called The Comedy, which will screen at the fest. And now, the Arcade Fire fan Twitter Arcade Fire Tube points out that Sundance has announced that the festival will screen the documentary SHUT UP AND PLAY THE HITS, which chronicles the final LCD Soundsystem show at Madison Square Garden this April.
The Sundance site's description of the film reads: "A documentary that follows LCD Soundsystem front man James Murphy over a crucial 48-hour period, from the day of their final gig at Madison Square Garden to the morning after, the official end of one of the best live bands in the world." It's part of Sundance's non-competition "Spotlight" category.

The documentary was directed by Dylan Southern and Will Lovelace. As Arcade Fire Tube points out, the film's title comes from Arcade Fire's Win Butler.



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2011/12/01

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YACHT’s video for the cowbell-happy track “I Walked Alone” is a pretty simple affair. Throughout most of it, the Portland synth-psych duo are the only folks on camera, and it relies entirely on the gawky charisma of the two people in the group, as they cavort through a remote mountainous plain and an all-white room. Toward the end, we also see what look like a death cult’s devotional exercises. Mitchell Davis directs. Watch it below.

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