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Ladyhawke is New Zealand’s Pip Brown, who blew minds and blew off nightclub roofs with her self-titled debut back in 2008. Her sophomore release, Anxiety, has the unfortunate burden of, well, following that surprise gem. Those who can appreciate a more developed, slightly wizened artistic view (the natural order of things) should be quite content. Ladyhawke’s electro-pop is now harder-hitting and lightly peppered with the gritty texture of dubstep-inspired synths, as well as the distinct flavors of earlier artists of surprisingly varied stripes. The waltzing, ABBA-esque “Black White & Blue” could send floors of swaying festival fans into orbit, while “Girl Like Me” and “Vanity” offer a taste of Elastica-flavored, street-cred edge. There’s a sassy glam crunchiness on tracks like “Blue Eyes” and “Gone Gone Gone,” but “Cellophane” shows the real possibilities of Pip Brown the performer. The descending notes of the song’s chorus pull at the heart, and her voice’s cool detachment (found throughout most of Anxiety) is absent here. It’s refreshing and moving, and it should become many a 16-year-old girl’s swooning first-love anthem.

Customer Reviews


Great solid muscular rock songs. Love it!


It's an OK download, but I expected soooooo much more from them.

Missing the 80

I preferred the synth pop sound of My Delireum, not the grunginess of this album. This album is reminiscent of Elastica or The Breeders. That being said, it's a sound effort and Anxiety and A Girl Like me are catchy, infectuous sounds.


Born: 1981 in Wellington, New Zealand

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

New Zealand-born Phillipa "Pip" Brown got her start as lead guitarist in the Wellington-based band Two Lane Blacktop in 2001. Just as the group was set to head to Australia to tour with Modey Lemon, it suddenly dissolved. Brown decided to continue on with the plan to travel to Australia, and ended up relocating to Melbourne in 2003. Once there, she met up with Nick Littlemore of the Sydney-based band Pnau (and later Empire of the Sun) and he asked her to play in his new band, Teenager. They gigged...
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