Thursday, May 28, 2009

GΞИT on 'Joe Sent Me'

The artist who started electronica while still a student and received excellent critics from the New York Times , who reached number one on the billboard charts with Danny Tenaglia’s remix of “ Surrender yourself”, who was subsequently sexually charged with her album “Zipless”, released in 2008 "Joe sent me", reflecting her desire to focus on the words of the album ( Making the songs connect with the real world experience, and jazz history, Vanessa says. The album which was born as a project of music , poetry and related graphic content and which ultimately would undergo a name change and be called "Joe sent me" a nod to the popular US Prohibition era password to enter the red light district, is a real world of music and poetry to a new dimension of electronica: electroerotica. This album was so powerfully erotic that made me replace Sade’s "Love is stronger then pride" and discard all the mediocre lazy Sunday afternoon lovers."

Love, Words, Music

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