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Album · 2011 · 11 Songs. My Country opens Whokill with a vibrant explosion of colorful sounds, the hollow whomp of a floor tom and a surprise, metallic cartwheel of a keyboard note joined by (surprise again) freewheeling saxophones. The ukulele that was so ubiquitous on her Bird Brains debut only makes scattered appearances here; Whokill serves up exuberant, white-hot energy, pouring forth from jazzy horns and bass, clattering percussion, and brick-hard rhythms. not to mention, of course, Garbus’ show-stopping vocals
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With the beyond-lo-fi sound and multi-genre blend on her debut 2009 debut Bird-Brains, Merrill Garbus, aka tUnE-yArDs, sure set the bar high for her sophomore release. Luckily, the New England native succeeds in this difficult but rewarding task with whokill, due April 18. Mixing the upbeat with the oddball funk, she manages to clean up the sound while maintaining the rawness of her acclaimed debut. Listen to full album stream below, courtesy of The Guardian.
Tune-Yards’s album Whokill is released on April 18, 2011 via 4AD Records. Whokill (2011): Album by Tune-Yards – Track List (MP3 Songs). Tune-Yards’s album Whokill is released on April 18, 2011 via 4AD Records.
Tune-Yards: Tune-Yards is the music project of New England native Merrill Garbus, with long-time collaborator, bassist Nate Brenner. Garbus’s music draws from an eclectic variety of sources and utilizes elements such as loop pedals, ukulele, vocals, and lo-fi percussion. Tune-Yards’ 2011 album Whokill was ranked the number one album of that year in The Village Voice's annual Pazz and Jop critic's poll. Powa, ABC 123, Killa и другие песни. Вся дискография, Радио, Концерты, рекомендации и похожие исполнители.
Tune-Yards also fleshed out the line-up to reflect the live shows, adding bass player Nate Brenner, who co-wrote some of the album's songs, and using horns on several tracks. Thematically, Whokill is concerned with "power struggles that arise from inequity and lead to further cruelty and injustice," rooted in issues of privilege around race, gender and class. The album opens with "My Country," "a love-hate anthem" about America, which subverts the patriotic song "My Country, 'Tis of Thee. The lyrics of Whokill are concerned with.