I love the sound, I can hear the influence of albums like Yeezus and also a bit of Aphex twin with that intro on Sara get the baby. I think by being ahead of her time right now it’s a disadvantage. Anything forward thinking and without braindead sex lyrics will be shunned by radio and the mainstream. She’s incredible.It's her masterpiece. No question about it. Light years beyond anything else being made right now. Best songs are Sue Veneer, the title track, Monster In The Moon, and Sara Get The Baby.
The four videos she's made for it are avant garde as f***. She's an absolute auteur. No wonder you cretins don't get her.
I really wouldn't worry. She is not for everyone, in fact, she is hardly for anyone.Just listened to the first five songs... I don't really like it... And I don't think it's forward thinking either...
I think the production took many steps back. The bass sound is terribly dated. The singing is really good. I think I mentioned before I used to date a guy who was friends with a guy who dated her. He was in a San Francisco band, his music sucked too. Tony V’s bad playing cheezy bass sound, and the tired distorted drums, it’s very bad sounding. The last one sounded more modern even if it was recorded on an iPhone or Walkman or whatever. The songs sound decent live, saw her at DNAIt’s probably her best work to date. Would love it if she was involved with the UK tour again, I really love her voice and the style of her production. What do you guys think?