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This brief collection of covers by vocal powerhouse and guitarist Anna Calvi is made all the richer by her choice of songs, and by her partnering with David Byrne for two tracks. The first song, “Papi Pacify,” was originally by ethereal U.K. artist FKA Twigs; it’s as amorphous and mesmerizing as the original, with Calvi infusing her vocals with a bit more muscle. Her creeping, haunting, and not dissimilar take on singer Keren Ann’s piano-heavy “Strange Weather”—with Byrne’s wonderfully measured, restrained vocals—does justice to the deserving original, and her similarly unsettling version of “I’m the Man That Will Find You” is darkly sexy and far from the oddity of the Connan Mockasin original. David Bowie’s “Lady Grinning Soul” makes perfect sense for Calvi—she effortlessly reworks his dizzying waltz into an elegy, replacing the original’s grand sensibilities with introspective ones. Further evidencing her musical adventurism is the surprising take on early art-punkers Suicide’s “Ghost Rider,” where she spools out taut streams of guitar dissonance and semi-tortured vocal yelps that do the song right. Calvi is a real force.

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Born: September 24, 1980 in Twickenham, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '10s

Hailed as "the best thing since Patti Smith" by Brian Eno, as well as being included in the BBC's Sound of 2011 list, the hype surrounding London-born Anna Calvi came to a crescendo in late 2010. Gaining critical acclaim among music journalists, Calvi drew comparisons with passionate and brooding musicians like Nick Cave and Polly Jean Harvey. The dense and rich musical influences that inhabit Calvi's world are broad and distinctive strokes of sultry flamenco, smoke-filled blues, and seductive goth...
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