- Audio CD (20 Oct. 2014)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Format: Import
- Label: Import
- ASIN: B00LPJ3LF6
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an epiphany of some kind with her new album `Taiga'. The High Priestess
of gloom has, to a significant extent, stepped out of the shadows which,
until now, have been her natural habitat and delivered a project whose
coherence and transparency reveals an artist unafraid to shake things up
and present us with a substantial revision and development of her former self.
This is not to say that the touchstones of her inimitable Stygian shtick are
entirely absent but there is a new-found openness in her sound which allows
us to hear more clearly what a perfectly marvelous voice she possesses.
Unfettered from self-imposed stylistic constraints and pushed well-forward
in the mix it sparkles and shines like a new born star. A wonderful instrument!
There are eleven songs in the collection and it seems in many of them that
Ms Danilova is enjoying the discovery of the power and magic of melody for
the first time. With compositions as good as `Dust' and `Nail' in the can it
is patently evident what a fine songwriter and performer she has become.
The hymn-like first track `Taiga' is a haunting incantation which, following
a brooding introductory section, bursts into life with a deluge of clattering
percussion and chiming vocal harmonies before breaking down into a
portentous brass chorale in its final bars. The territory in in some ways familiar
...and then (!) along comes `Dangerous Days'; as fine a dance anthem as I've
heard in the past decade! Really! I'm not kidding! It's a stonking great
hands-in-the-air slice of pure, unadulterated and abandoned dancefloor heaven!
The big beats and propulsive energy of `Hunger' comes a very close second.
`Taiga' would appear to be a pivotal point in Ms Danilova's sonic career.
This may well be the one to catapult her from the Left Bank into the Mainstream.
I was hoping for more Seatalk style gems.
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