11 Songs, 37 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Where once her music was shrouded in noise and coarse edges, Meg Remy’s sixth album as U.S. Girls is charged with seductive immediacy. In a Poem Unlimited serves up gliding disco (“M.A.H.”), sinuous soul (“Velvet 4 Sale”), and a blend of symphonic pop and shuffling beats (“Rosebud”). There’s a sharp bite to the lyrics though, and Remy unspools absorbing stories, dialogues, and allegories that tackle subjects ranging from domestic violence and abuses of power to U.S. foreign policy.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Where once her music was shrouded in noise and coarse edges, Meg Remy’s sixth album as U.S. Girls is charged with seductive immediacy. In a Poem Unlimited serves up gliding disco (“M.A.H.”), sinuous soul (“Velvet 4 Sale”), and a blend of symphonic pop and shuffling beats (“Rosebud”). There’s a sharp bite to the lyrics though, and Remy unspools absorbing stories, dialogues, and allegories that tackle subjects ranging from domestic violence and abuses of power to U.S. foreign policy.

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