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1 review »Here’s the second album to be released under Stuart’s “married name”, apparently. I’m not sure what maiden name the previous ones came out under. Anyway, this one’s got a wacky collage on the cover which prominently features musclebound trans-man and adult film star Buck Angel, who weirdly looks like a steroid-pumped cross between our very own Brian and Ross Kem ... »

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The Butcher's Voice by Stuart Warwick
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8/10 Mike Staff review, 27 February 2013

Here’s the second album to be released under Stuart’s “married name”, apparently. I’m not sure what maiden name the previous ones came out under. Anyway, this one’s got a wacky collage on the cover which prominently features musclebound trans-man and adult film star Buck Angel, who weirdly looks like a steroid-pumped cross between our very own Brian and Ross Kemp, presumably a play on the fact that Stuart has a plaintive and high-pitched falsetto delivery like that Antony from them Johnsons or that Rufus Wainwright which also messes with people’s ideas of gender identity sometimes. The insert has some wacky cobbled-together fake sleeves too, including a very funny one with a picture of a horse proclaiming “I’m In Your Lasagne”!

Aside from that aforementioned soaring falsetto, this album is full of chiming electronic-tinged pop songs with a nice balance of quietudinosity and anthemicism. There are quite minimal, pumping, fat-sounding beats and quite a lot of piano. Sometimes I feel the balladeering can get a bit meandering but then I always felt that about A&tJs too and I can’t deny they were bloody lovely in the right mood, and frankly even at its most doleful this is cheerier than they ever were!


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