|Cohen, Alice / Sky Flowers|
|Add Date:||2008-11-16||Pull Date:||2009-01-18||Charts:||RPM/Electronica|
|Week Ending:||18 Jan||14 Dec||7 Dec||30 Nov||23 Nov|
|1.||Jan 14, 2009:||Hand Wash in Coleslaw |
|4.||Dec 12, 2008:||Rorshach's Dance |
|2.||Jan 13, 2009:||408's Finest |
|5.||Dec 04, 2008:||408's Finest |
Ladder Of Thorns
|3.||Dec 13, 2008:||Lost and Found |
|6.||Nov 30, 2008:||The Pressure Cooker |
Rings Of Saturn
Danceable pop with '80s synths but also tasteful indie rock guitars and real drums. Cohen puts forth a BIG sound, creating catchy and highly marketable melodies with a strong, soaring feel -- you can just visualize the crane-shot video to go with tracks like 5 or 8. Solid female vocals, tight harmonies, catchy melodies everywhere. Maybe it's a bit heavyhanded, but it's plenty likeable.|
You might have heard her before, with bands like The Vels, Die Monster Die, and Espadrille.
1- Peppy and fast, going for a bit of dark mystery
2- Devo-like synth bounce, light jazz guitar later
3- Strong sweeping feel, jangly guitars
4- Indie pop guitar strums, stiff delivery.
5- High energy space ride. Growly synth, echoey rambling vocal, lots of little sci-fi sounds.
6- Stern, serious. Snappy chorus, spaceout guitar ending
7- Quickly catchy, w/fuzzed out guitars.
8- Guitars, twangy at first, then dark and rocking. Big grand commercial sound
9- Total '80s dancefloor. Poppy, with appropriate nearly-goth drama
10- Fast rolling tempo, insistent guitar riffing
|2.||Rings Of Saturn||7.||I Read The Cards|
|4.||Ghostown Quicksand||9.||Ladder Of Thorns|