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grievously underexposed female artists

"ethertwist"
 
The House We Built
The House We Built
"While public profile diminishes with every release, grasp of canny hooks and wry lyrics expands. An acoustic pop gem"
Everybody Got Their Something
Everybody Got Their Something
"Dodging the Anastacia comparisons while carrying bucketloads of sass, attitude and funk"
Stories from the City, Stories from the Sea
Stories from the City, Stories from the Sea
"Britain's finest female export still not at chart-whipping hot property status she deserves"
This Way (CD)
This Way (CD)
"Manages to hit the poetic/melodic lyrical balance Alanis occasionally misses, to great effect"
Cake And Pie
Cake And Pie
"Bizarrely forgotten after world-conquering 'Stay' despite three albums of similarly fabulous guitar pop"
Surfacing
Surfacing
"Reduced to being sent to remix hell and collecting Westlife royalties despite her originals clearly outstripping all and sundry for beauty of voice and music"
Comatised
Comatised
"Shockingly overlooked celebrity stepdaughter writes insanely catchy rock; world busy trying to tell ass from elbow"
Siren
Siren
"Even Dawson's Creek soundtrack appearance with best song ever written about British weather doesn't manage to change fame category from 'Elusive' to 'A List'"
Dear Frustrated Superstar - REPROMOTION
Dear Frustrated Superstar - REPROMOTION
"Appears to manage airplay only in branches of Asda and French Monoprix stores. Food shoppers rejoice and wonder why British Morissette-Imbruglia hybrid isn't million selling success"
Holly Palmer
Holly Palmer
"So-laid-back-it-hurts star in making produces perfect antidote to anodyne chillout albums by injecting a whole lotta warmth"
The May Street Project
The May Street Project
"The Texan with the sultry, breathless voice runs gauntlet of market saturation and comes up trumps with unique southern crossbreed of Sheryl Crow rock stylings and trippy beats"
Love in the Time of Science
Love in the Time of Science
"Bjork collides with Portishead (where did they go anyway?) to create compelling and glacially cool sound of lazy summers and floating away on the ocean"
When the Pawn...
When the Pawn...
"While cursing bad luck of not inheriting similar prodigial talent, impossible not to enjoy this jazz-infused piano-led rock."
Amen
Amen
"What does a girl have to do? Even the world singing along to your theme music to Dawson's Creek (yes, that again) doesn't manage to translate into blanket media exposure. Confused? Me too."
Little Earthquakes
Little Earthquakes
"While faring a little better than the rest, Myra Ellen (for it is she) still manages to reach status of living goddess without appropriate public rejoicing. It's time to become a disciple!"
Whaler
Whaler
"Such perfectly formed pop music, using that three letter word seems like a huge injustice to songs as trancendentally beautiful as 'As I Lay Me Down'. Sharp, sassy and sensual; an absolute must."