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Driving the boys in t' office wild with excitement this week is the new album by Nalle. Fronted by a woman (Hanna Tuulikki) who sounds like a cross between that bird out of The Knife, Stephanie Hladowski, the little girl from Mum, that old bag Diamanda Galas and both of the lasses from CocoRosie with their voices arcwelded together to create one trilling symphony of otherworldly menace & tinni ...

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Wilder Shores of Love by Nalle
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8/10 Brian Staff review, 19 August 2010

Driving the boys in t' office wild with excitement this week is the new album by Nalle. Fronted by a woman (Hanna Tuulikki) who sounds like a cross between that bird out of The Knife, Stephanie Hladowski, the little girl from Mum, that old bag Diamanda Galas and both of the lasses from CocoRosie with their voices arcwelded together to create one trilling symphony of otherworldly menace & tinnitus baiting mischief. Apparently she's a bit like a little pixie - I can't imagine anything but a pixie singing in such an alarmingly high fashion. I'm getting my head round it all now, the music is truly free folk & crazed improv but somehow retains a distinct listenability. Plus there's something utterly compulsive & engaging about much of this unusual record including some really fascinating layered vocal segments that should appeal to folks who dug Medulla by Bjork. I've not much more to say about this except it's a really bloody interesting release with some seriously progressive ideas. Ace.


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