Through haunting vocals, ambient samples and percussive, quixotic guitar licks Feist, once again, draws her listener into her world of genius musings, self-reflection, and musical co-creation. She comforts us, while pulling at us in unexpected ways. Playful, percussive vocals build on newer, harder themes — an echo of what Feist explored in Metals.
Kilts make people happy. No matter — this CD is packed with comedic Celtic music that will make you laugh out loud. Allow Marc Gunn — the Godfather of Celtic music on line — to ensure that you will have lots to laugh about.
So this is what we get after six years away. From the off Feist revels in challenging her listeners on Pleasuregradually building up the opening title track before letting rip with a surprisingly jagged lead guitar riff and stomping chorus. It sets a peculiar tone but demonstrates how easily Feist can carry even the strangest songs and make them a success.
Do you enjoy playing to a Belfast crowd? Le Galaxie recently released third album Pleasure. Did you go into the recording with any preconceived ideas how it should sound and the kind of songs you wanted to write about?
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But what actually IS it? The stark white-on-black line drawing conjures up so much mystery. An air of mystery grew up around the Unknown Pleasures cover.
The video follows Pelant, Alfano and Mulkey across the highs of a spur-of-the-moment crime spree that is ultimately brought to a tragic revenge-fueled end. The songwriting, while still steeped in super-catchy, velvety riffs and pure pop glaze, feels more sophisticated and modern. Since the pair met in high school, awestruck by such ear-candy wizards as Brian Wilson, Todd Rundgren, Stevie Nicks and Lindsay Buckingham, they set off to craft their version of what sophisticated, emotional modern pop music can and should sound like. So how did something that feels so warm and breezy — like the perfect summer soundtrack - emerge from the dead of a bleak and frigid Minneapolis winter?
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