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St. Vincent

The Nowhere Inn (RSD22 EDITION)


    The soundtrack accompaniment to the film of the same title, The Nowhere Inn. Features three original St. Vincent songs: ìNowhere Innî, ìPalm Desertî and ìWaveî. The Bill Benz-directed film features St. Vincent, Carrie Brownstein & was released Friday, 17th September in the US. Website:

    David Byrne & St Vincent

    Love This Giant

      Recorded over two years largely at Water Music in Hoboken, NJ, the album is a collaboration in the truest sense of the word, with Byrne and St. Vincent (aka Annie Clark) co-writing ten of the album’s twelve tracks, and each artist penning one song individually.

      The album centres around an explosive brass band and is propelled by John Congleton’s drum programming.

      “There was no delineating what the roles were,” explains Clark. “It’s a collaboration I’m truly proud of.” The duo also split lyrical and vocal duties on the record which, despite eschewing a traditional guitar / bass / drums line-up in favour of idiosyncratic horn arrangements, presents itself as infectious and modern hook-laden rock.

      Byrne and Clark spin their intriguingly enigmatic tales, by turns whimsical and dark, backed by a large brass band in lieu of a traditional rock lineup. There is a magical urbanity to ‘Love This Giant’: It’s as if they’re dancing in the streets, their voices soaring over the rhythms, the melodies, the barely contained cacophony of the city.

      Though Byrne and Clark each have an unmistakable sound and persona that have made them such compelling performers on their own, their voices manage to blend naturally, effortlessly, here. Sometimes they trade verses, at others they sing in unison. Like friends who can finish each other’s sentences, when one takes the spotlight alone, it’s often with words that the other provided. The brass lends the songs an appealing theatrical sheen while programmed percussion provides a contemporary feel.

      Byrne and Clark met in 2009 at the ‘Dark Was The Night’ benefit at Radio City Music Hall and were approached shortly after by the Housing Works Bookstore to collaborate on a night of music. They began composing remotely, trading song ideas and structures online while Clark toured and it quickly became apparent that they had more than just one night of music in them. Byrne performed with Clark at her ‘American Songbook’ show at Lincoln Center in 2010, and Clark contributed vocals to Byrne’s ‘Here Lies Love’ album, released the same year.

      NK* X ST. V* (Nina Kraviz X St Vincent)

      NK X ST. V

        Warehouse find!!!!!
        Limited vinyl release of unreleased Nina Kraviz remixes of St Vincent - on 3 separate 12inches sold as a set of singles.


        Matt says: Don't sleep on this tasty little warehouse find we've unearthed over the festive period. Techno poster girl Nina Kraviz remixing indie songstress St. Vincent. Killer!


        A1 New York - NK Remix (pre Amp)
        Remix – Nina Kraviz
        A2 Masseduction (Midland’s Mass Seduction Remix)
        Remix – Midland
        Songwriter – Annie Clark, Jack Antonoff
        B1 Sugarboy (Emika Allegiance Mix)
        Mixed By – Emika
        Songwriter – Annie Clark, Jack Antonoff
        B2 Slow Disco (EOD Remix)
        Remix – EOD
        Songwriter – Annie Clark, Joy Williams (2)

        C1 Fear The Future (PTU Remix)
        Remix – PTU
        C2 Young Lover (Roma Zuckerman Remix)
        Remix – Roma Zuckerman
        C3 Pills (Bjarki Remix)
        Remix – Bjarki
        D1 Young Lover (Laurel Halo Remix)
        Remix – Laurel Halo
        D2 Pills (Population One Remix)
        Remix – Population One
        D4 Fast Slow Disco (Steffi Remix)
        Remix – Steffi (8)

        E1 Slow Dance (Gentle Gabber Version Nina Kraviz)
        Remix – Nina Kraviz
        E2 Smoking Section (Mala Remix)
        Remix – Mala (4)
        E3 Smoking Section (Jlin Remix)
        Remix – Jlin
        F1 Dancing With A Ghost (Pearson Sound Remix)
        Remix – Pearson Sound
        F2 Savior (Buttechno Remix)
        Remix – Buttechno

        St. Vincent

        Daddy's Home

          Fifth studio album by the American musician, produced by pop producer and long-term collaborator Jack Antonoff and featuring the single 'Pay Your Way in Pain'. 'I was inspired by the classic records of the '70s. Stevie, Sly, Stones, Steely Dan, Chords, Groove. The days when sophisticated harmony and rhythm didn't sound heady - they just sounded, and felt good. Lots of guitar. But warm sounds, not distortion and chaos. Hopefully a turn nobody will see coming' - Annie Clark.


          Barry says: 'Daddy's Home' mixes Clark's keen, rawkous production aesthetic with an undeniable nod to 70's rock, and displays an ongoing mastery of her craft.


          CD Tracklisting:
          01. Pay Your Way In Pain
          02. Down And Out Downtown
          03. Daddy’s Home
          04. Live In The Dream
          05. The Melting Of The Sun
          06. Humming Interlude 1
          07. The Laughing Man
          08. Down
          09. Humming Interlude 2
          10. Somebody Like Me
          11. My Baby Wants A Baby
          12. …At The Holiday Party
          13. Candy Darling
          14. Humming Interlude 3

          Vinyl Tracklisting:
          The Interlude Tracks Are Not Credited On The Vinyl, Although The Interludes Do Still Appear On The Disc Itself
          01. Pay Your Way In Pain
          02. Down And Out Downtown
          03. Daddy’s Home
          04. Live In The Dream
          05. The Melting Of The Sun
          06. The Laughing Man
          07. Down
          08. Somebody Like Me
          09. My Baby Wants A Baby
          10. …At The Holiday Party
          11. Candy Darling

          St. Vincent’s highly anticipated new album - the culmination of years of writing, with songs crafted from voice memos, text messages, and snippets of melodies that came to Clark while traveling the globe. Special guests on the album include Thomas Bartlett on piano, Kamasi Washington on saxophone, Jenny Lewis on vocals, and beat production from Sounwave. Greg Leisz and Rich Hinman add pedal steel, and Tuck and Patti Andress contribute guitar and vocals respectively on select tracks.


          Hang On Me
          Los Ageless
          Happy Birthday, Johnny
          New York
          Fear The Future
          Young Lover
          Dancing With A Ghost
          Slow Disco
          Smoking Section

          St. Vincent

          Strange Mercy

            St. Vincent, the nom-de-stage of Annie Clark, releases the new album, ‘Strange Mercy’. Having worked together on 2009’s ‘Actor’, Clark reunited with producer John Congleton and recorded the album in her hometown of Dallas, TX at Elmwood Studios.

            The eleven new tracks showcase Clark’s gift for fusing the cerebral and the visceral, her melodically elegant arrangements packing hefty emotional punches.

            Clark’s virtuosity has been long recognised, and ‘Strange Mercy’ finds St. Vincent redefining the idea of the guitar hero, utilising the instrument as a pointillist artist might wield a brush. Countless judiciously placed riffs and instrumental flares, each distinct and unique, cohere into grand tableaus. On ‘Cruel’, she elicits punchy bursts like an R&B horn section. ‘Cheerleader’ froths and boils, with deep and fuzzy guitars bubbling up to the surface, while ‘Surgeon’ twirls about endlessly, Clark’s vocals dancing amid a blizzard of notes.

            ‘Strange Mercy’ isn’t an entirely solitary affair either, with Clark joined by a host of other musicians. Included among them are Grammy Award winning Bobby Sparks on mini Moog, clavinet, Arp and Wurlitzer, Midlake’s MacKenzie Smith on drums and Daniel Hart on violin. Also contributing were Beck keyboardist and musical director Brian LeBarton, Evan Smith on woodwinds and Phil Palazzolo.

            St. Vincent

            Marry Me

              St. Vincent is Annie Clark, born in Tulsa, OK, the middle child of nine brothers and sisters. She cut her musical teeth with the Polyphonic Spree, as well as supporting Sufjan Stevens, Television, Arcade Fire and Midlake amongst others. St. Vincent makes cinematic pop epics that feel at times like Paris in the 20s before all the fun ended. Or, conversely, an orchestra of pure modernity — a new American music, informed by jazz, gospel blues, Southern folk music, and classical composition but, in the end, an animal original unto itself. On "Marry Me", we see a smartly crafted deluge of guitar, bass, and beats pulsing forward with warmth and immediacy alongside Annie's classy soprano. Her lyrics can be weird or tongue-in-cheek or dead serious, capturing verily what it feels like to be 24 years old in America and caught up in the delirium of love blues and wartime blues and the various swashbuckling adventures of existence. Horns and strings cry out brassy and full-bodied over digital keyboards. Songs rock out vigorously, break down into squiggling post-noise-rock deconstructions, roll out mellow and slow-flowing as a river. Backing harmonies and kiddie choirs loom in the distance, rise, and lilt above the stately grandiosity.

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