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On her second one-woman band album, singer and multi-instrumentalist Erica Quitzow stakes out a triangulation point between the electroclash aggression of Peaches, the melodic richness and cross-genre fearlessness of the Magnetic Fields, and the disco-classical fusion of the late Arthur Russell. Art College's 12 songs are largely built on a variety of electronic keyboards and rhythm boxes, but Quitzow adds guitar (both delicate acoustic filigrees and noisy feedback), cello, violin, and live percussion to the loops and samples for a hybrid sound that deepens and enhances the songs. Resulting tracks like the ghostly "Rhythm Machines," built on a nursery rhyme-like vocal melody and a halting rhythmic hook, the insistently catchy "Stay Away from John," and the needling electro-stomp of "On TV!" are impressively varied given the bare-bones production aesthetic, testament to Quitzow's songwriting and production skills. (The mid-album respite of the melodically gentle but vocally melodramatic, cello-based "Love" is a particular high point.) Art College isn't fundamentally that different from any number of similar D.I.Y. records, but the quality of the songs and performances lifts it out of the indie-electronic ghetto.


Género: Rock

Años de actividad: '00s

A one-woman band, if you will, Quitzow is multi-instrumentalist Erica Quitzow, and she specializes in an electro-pop sound that includes instrumentation ranging from Moog to cello. Mostly a home recording project for Erica, Quitzow employs — from time to time — outside players and friends to add the necessary touches and flourishes that define Quitzow's unique sound. Live shows have been performed, and have included many of the friends and collaborators who have worked on the recordings...
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