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Regina Spektor
Remember Us To Life

A pop pianist from back when the genre tag anti-folk was still in rotation, Regina Spektor's been at the songwriting game for a long time, making records with the very same winking, critical poignancy that endeared folks to 500 Days of Summer (a film in which her music starred). Her last record pr...view item »

Regina Spektor
What We Saw From The Cheap Seats

Flawless, flawless, and flawless. Regina is a doll. She truly is. Had the privilege of seeing her perform live a couple years back, and it's still my happiest memory to date. Spektor's 6th studio album brings along some new material, as well as several songs previously heard only live on tour. This album is beautifully mixed, mastered, and wrapp...view item »

Regina Spektor
Soviet Kitsch

When five-year-old Regina Spektor moved to the States after being born and raised in Russia, there was no possible way for her or anyone that knew her to know what an underground sensation she would be. A post-punker who sings cabaret in a sweet voice limited in range, augmented by the frailest falsetto. Her lyrics, like the best of the cabaret ...view item »

Regina Spektor

Regina Spektor is a really great artist and this song is one of her better ones. She seems to have two types of songs. The ones that are a little weird and and ones that are like this that are a little more serious. The former are great, but I usually prefer the latter. "Fidelity" has a deceptive simplicity with thoughtful lyrics underlying the lig...view item »

Regina Spektor
Mary Ann Meets The Gravediggers

Remember that Regina Spektor 7" on Transgressive? Well she's got an album out on Sire (through Warners) after her 'indie cred debut'. Crazy New York woman not a million miles away from Tori Amos to be honest with some added Kimya Dawson quirk in there 'n all. Part of me quite likes this though her ...view item »

Regina Spektor
Begin To Hope

Regina Spektor, famed piano rocker we all used to rave about like seven-ish years ago, is still actually good, especially 'Begin To Hope', which saw her expand away from the skewed pop of 'Soviet Kitsch' into more accessible (but still tense and blustery) songs. On the radio... oh? Oh. Great record, as we well know, reissued for...view item »

Regina Spektor

We have a brand new single in on Transgressive by Regina Spektor on CD and 7". Dead limited as normal and if you like clever artsy New York female singer songwriters who are just far too clever and talented for their own good then you'll be hard for a copy of this I'm sure. Not a bad tune at all, in fact it's quite good if yo...view item »

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