Thanks to Carla Bozulich her workshops and frenetically celebrated concerts Graz will remember 2014 as a great year. And of course there was ‚Boy‚, her most accessible – and probably best – work to date. An impressive, skin-crawling spectacle in any case, which blurs the lines between avantgarde and pop (!) in an intense way. For day 22 of the Heavy Pop advent calendar, Bozulich told us which records left a similar impression to her.
Pharmakon – ‚[amazon_link id=“B00M8HWHB8″ target=“_blank“ ]Bestial Burden[/amazon_link]‘
The song were she goes: „I don’t belong here„. She fucking stings the hole with that one.
Grouper – ‚[amazon_link id=“B00MZHNVH0″ target=“_blank“ ]Ruins[/amazon_link]‘
Bring me back down.
Pod Blotz – ‚[amazon_link id=“B00I05PX1S“ target=“_blank“ ]Glass Tears[/amazon_link]‘
The dream you will have with a glass face and 7 paws.
Noveller – [amazon_link id=“B00EQ30PPC“ target=“_blank“ ]No Dreams[/amazon_link]‘
The monster inside the girl is a lullabyer.
Hiss Tracts – ‚[amazon_link id=“B00JANDWQC“ target=“_blank“ ]Shortwave Nights[/amazon_link]‘
I listen to this all the time.