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Kloba, Diane Marie / For You, Stranger
Album:For You, Stranger Collection:General
Artist:Kloba, Diane Marie Added:10/2008

A-File Activity
Add Date:2008-11-02 Pull Date:2009-01-04 
Week Ending:28 Dec23 Nov16 Nov9 Nov

Recent Airplay
1.Wed, 24 Dec 08:Your Imaginary Friend
Brownian Motion
4.Sat, 15 Nov 08:Edwin and Edwin
Lost and Found
2.Wed, 24 Dec 08:Your Imaginary Friend
Brownian Motion
5.Tue, 04 Nov 08:Mr. Sparkle/The Dead KennyGs
Mmmm...Tastes Like Candy
3.Wed, 19 Nov 08:Your Imaginary Friend
Brownian Motion

Album Review
Your Imaginary Friend
Reviewed 2008-10-28 
Outsider music. Stuff that’s sounds so bad that you realize that its intentional and a higher art form than we are mostly used to. Just really strange songs, not so much pop or singer songwriter. Mostly just electric guitar and female vocal duets. Not a cliché or pop pandering bullshit melody or guitar line to be found. But file under Song Poems, Rodd Keith, Tangela Tricoli. Great stuff, if a bit demented. If I may editorialize/appeal: about every band I’ve played in each musician feels obligated to contribute an onslaught of their “talent”. These recordings have the players drop out here and there. Its refreshing, so non-narcissistic, proving empty space is as important to a song as triple dubbed scales.

1) strange plod beat with some simple offkilter lyrics, huh?
2) “hello world”
3) flute/recorder gives it a slight 60’s feel then it psyches out bashing
4) instrumental, nice
5) it just gets weirder with her lyrics
6) simple childlike twee pop almost, like Lilliput on Prozac
7) almost a fragment of a song
8) funky strumming
9) urgent guitar with vocal phrasing, these guys are cool
10) instrumental
11) instropective somehow
12) “I’m always in this world… sounds like
a trippy one, but comes across sorta poppy, the music dropouts make it pretty damn sophisticated 13) another strange introspective one, pretty minor toned eastern instrument
14) electric guitar bursts in the fray, slow phrased vocs, low fi drumming (a “wall of paper” shall we say), so good

Track Listing
1.For A Stranger 8.Keepable (Drum Experiment)
2.Hello, World 9.Happy Poetry
3.Brave 10.Owed To John Zamorski
4.Skurf 11.Unified World
5.Sharks 12.Always In This World
6.Dirigible 13.Backwards D
7.For Inventors 14.I Don't Know Your Name