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Discussion in 'The Sound Hound Lounge' started by Paul86, Sep 15, 2015.
The one and only Annie Clark!
She's awesome!!! Thanks for posting that video.
Everyone seems to love her but I just don't get it. If there is something redeeming to her music I won't know because I can't even make it through the first minute of any clip I've ever seen posted. Y'all go ahead without me....
I saw her on SNL. She was very "different".
Read up a bit on her, seems she is a very talented musician. That is great, she also is a good looker.
And the fact that Tuck Andrews was her uncle and that she attended Berklee makes her career choices even more interesting.
I am sooo stealing that funk riff.
Thanks for the clip.
thats awful tone in my book
6 posts in before we talk about how she looks. 10 posts in for basic misogyny. Ahead of schedule.
If an average-looking dude played the same stuff, would anybody care? Don't think so. I like it, but it's hipster stuff inextricably linked to the visual element.
I am usually not a big fan of Vice but those guitar moves videos with Josh Homme, Dan Auerbach, and her have been awesome.
Don't get the indifference with her on here. Forward thinking music and could probably play circles around most of us on here.
I dropped my guitar once and it sounded a lot like Annie Clark.
Saying she's good looking means people hate women?
I can't picture myself listening to that.
It was really awful.
OK, I think I get the "free spirited hipster experimental noise thing played by a (questionably) cute female" but honestly not seeing the brilliance. For having gone to Berklee for two years she doesn't seem to have soaked up much in the way of knowledge...or am I missing something or is this akin to the Yoko Ono performance art music thing with less screaming?
Thought we were talking about St. Vincent? In the guitars in general section? Clearly some people are confused.
LOVE LOVE LOVE
I'm willing to cut her plenty of slack to see where she goes over time. Seems to have some ideas at least, and she's playing guitar, plus doing something different.
I'm not swapping out my Muddy Waters records for St. Vincent - but old Muddy ain't no more records.
That would be "Andress".
As far as St Vincent goes, she's clearly a much, much better guitarist than me and I dig some of her funky lofi tones and her voice, but the songwriting just doesn't do much for me (at least not any of the stuff of hers I've heard so far).