Jewellery (Bonus Track Version)
Download links and information about Jewellery (Bonus Track Version) by Micachu. This album was released in 2009 and it belongs to Alternative genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 32:37 minutes.
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|1.||Vulture (featuring The Shapes)||2:49|
|2.||Lips (featuring The Shapes)||1:20|
|4.||Eat Your Heart||2:21|
|9.||Just In Case||2:46|
|10.||Calculator (featuring The Shapes)||3:08|
|11.||Wrong (featuring The Shapes)||3:34|
|12.||Turn Me Well||2:57|
|13.||Guts (featuring The Shapes)||2:54|
|14.||Hardcore (Bonus Track) (featuring The Shapes)||1:30|
Micachu (Mica Levi) & the Shapes are making some brilliantly strange and beautiful noise; dare we call it “cutting edge?” Imagine if M.I.A. had grown up listening to Harry Partch or John Cage; if the Slits had come of age in the new millennium when everything to do with art and music is but a computer keystroke away; if the Thinking Fellers Union Local 282 and Xiu Xiu hooked up at a London grime party and procreated ... Jewellery, produced by acclaimed British electronic musician Matthew Herbert, is a 35-minute rhythmic mash of primitive punk squonk, folk dissonance, and naïve jazz scribbling. Playing “modified” guitars and unorthodox homemade instruments (including a vacuum cleaner), Micachu — a formally trained, 21-year old musician who recently wrote a piece for the London Philharmonic Orchestra — is joined by Raisa Khan on keyboards and Marc Pell on drums. If you’re reluctant to try a little artiness with your pop, go for the single first; “Golden Phone” has a joyful, slinky, dance beat, and sweetly soothing vocals. You almost don’t notice the sound of breaking glass halfway through.