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Album Review

Timeless synth pop from any age relies on computer music that's cold and a performing personality that's warm, whether it's Talk Talk in the '80s, Ladytron in the '90s, or Junior Boys in the 2000s, and Class Actress demonstrate the same balance of woman and machine. Their six-track EP Journal of Ardency has all but the roughest musical textures of computer pop, but when overlaid with singer Elizabeth Harper's enchanting vocals and intricate songwriting, it hits an emotional peak that most acoustic folk has never reached. The production comes mostly from bandmember Mark Richardson, although the highlight, "Adolescent Heart," was recorded by Jorge Elbrecht. On it, Harper reveals her sweetest vocal, even when she's singing a lyric like "Oh, is it real or just something I said/Another blow to the head, but at least I feel your hand."

Customer Reviews

Loved it!

The more I listen to this album the more I love it! ended up seeing the artist live by accident as an opening act. Class Actress impressed me more than the headliner! Good Stuff, great sound. I only wish there was more of it.

Thank You Liz Lee!

Liz Lee from My Life As Liz turned me on to this band. I LOVE IT !!!


The first 2 tracks are a little boring. I love track 4. I was lead to this page by a news article recommending singers to la roux fans while the band works on their second album. If u like la roux, u will like this girl.


Formed: 2009 in Brooklyn, NY

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

After logging several years as a coffeehouse singer/songwriter, Elizabeth Harper began focusing on electronic music in 2009 with the help of producers Mark Richardson and Scott Rosenthal. A Philadelphia native, Richardson first appeared on Harper’s radar several years prior, when he remixed a song from her debut album. Harper preferred Richardson’s version to the original, and the two eventually reconvened in Brooklyn, where they began fusing Harper’s pop songs with sampled drumbeats and synthesized...
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