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Nedelle – the Locksmith cometh

Posted on: July 26, 2007

And now for something completely different: Nedelle. Her new release – recorded with the help of Chris Cohen (The Curtains), Jamie Stewart (Xiu Xiu) and some other guys, published by the Indie 7Tangram Records – succeeds more than ever before her goal: Synthesis. The multilayered songs inhere a fascinating fragility, Nedelle creates unusual, sometimes disturbing songs. Listen to the wonderful cello bubbles in “I hate A mountain”, contrasting with the refrain. Or the melancholic “Poor little City boy”, following to “Your Fiancé” – an outburst of life. But the synthesis doesn´t take place in each song, she provokes you to view on the complete work. And this work is outstanding in the singer/songwriter class.

Oh no, don´t tell me what comes next! Oh no, let me make up the rest!

Ok Nedelle, we give you the opportunity – let her sing for you.


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