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Misty Miller
The Whole Family Is Worried (08 April 2016)

Misty Miller — The Whole Family Is Worried (08 April 2016)

  Misty Miller — The Whole Family Is Worried (08 April 2016)Misty Miller — The Whole Family Is Worried (08 April 2016)≡±≡    Objevil jsem novou Chrissie Hynde. Žádné domácí násilí s hlasem. Je velice uvolněná, jemně vibruje, koncovky má rozkošné, řeže chlapa. Bičuje. Je to ROCKERKA 21. století jako bitch!!! Neočekávejte nějakou zprůměrovanou a pravdě vzdálenou koláž nebo představu o tom, co si možná myslíte, že si Miller myslí..., NE. Dostanete rovnou to, co cítí. Remember Misty Miller? The South Londoner first introduced herself back in 2011, fresh–faced, blonde and ukulele in hand, playing whimsical folk music. It seems like everyone did the same back then. What was wrong with us all? But, just like Bowie and Primal Scream before her, there’s been a change. Misty Miller: The Whole Family Is Worried review — grungily honest, impeccably tuneful. The album’s title refers to a time between the ages of 18 and 20 when Miller hung out with Brixton’s punk demi–monde.
≡±≡    Just brilliant blooming brilliant. Location: South London, UK
Album release: 08 April 2016
Record Label: Relentless Records / Sony Music Entertainment UK Limited
Duration:     39:17
Tracks:
01 Happy     2:55
02 Other Girls     3:29
03 Stars     3:03
04 Devil     3:47
05 Girlfriend     2:25
06 Fall Away     2:55
07 Marmalade     3:27
08 Taxi Cab     3:02
09 Lonesome Cowboy     3:41
10 Sugar to Me     3:24
11 Next to You     3:38
12 Best Friend     3:31
℗ 2016 Sony Music Entertainment UK Limited
Review
Kitty Empire, Sunday 10 April 2016 09.00 BST;  Score: ****
≡±≡    Misty Miller used to be rather mistier than she is now. Some years back she emerged as a ukulele–toting folkie, so wholesome she was charged with tiptoeing through bluebells for the Woodland Trust.
≡±≡    Now, like Grimes, the 21–year–old south Londoner wields her own tattoo gun, often on a whim. You can hear these growing pains played out on Miller’s winning new album. The Whole Family Is Worried takes the vexed business of being young and female to grungily honest but impeccably tuneful places. Miller deals in the kind of melodies that bring to mind the Americans to whom tunes are second nature — Kim Deal, say, or Jenny Lewis.
≡±≡    Miller’s elastic voice has most often been compared to Chrissie Hynde of late, but her songs are more snaggle–toothed propositions, reviving a kind of deathless pop–punk ramalama that skirts fashion.
≡±≡    The album’s title refers to a time between the ages of 18 and 20 when Miller hung out with Brixton’s punk demi–monde
≡±≡    The sprightly retro chug of Girlfriend, or the rollicking boom–tish of Taxi Cab remain primed to detonate a festival tent. Funnily enough, Florence Welch used to sound something like this when she was a young London scenester. Tracks such as Devil — just Miller on her electric guitar, dismayed that even the devil doesn’t want her — pack a little of Anna Calvi’s drama.
≡±≡    The album’s title refers to a time between the ages of 18 and 20 when Miller hung out with Brixton’s punk demi–monde, breaking bread with the scabrous Fat White Family (their ex–drummer is a co–writer on some songs) and scaring her parents. Miller’s parents don’t scare easily either: one is a professional guitarist, the other a former actor who hung out on the Ziggy Stardust tour. The Whole Family finds Miller sloughing off the waifishness of her first album and replacing it with a heartbroken sneer.
≡±≡    Her best songs are full of bolshy melodrama or sullen despair. Take Next to You, a pout of unrequited pain, in which she outlines how she not only washed her hair for her beloved, she even shaved her legs for him. To him, though, she’s just “a body”. Happy, meanwhile, continues the list of chores Miller undertakes in the name of love (laundry!); this time, though, she’s busy “sleeping with [his] friends”, and she’s all smiles, at least on the outside.
≡±≡    The album closes on Best Friend, which regretfully plonks a tombstone on a relationship with a roaring crescendo of guitars and a sing–along chorus. Transmuting raw hurt into nagging melody is no easy feat, even for superficially straightforward music as this, and Miller stands apart from the pack.
≡±≡    http://www.theguardian.com/
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By Lucas Fothergill / 07 APRIL 2016, 17:15 BST / Score: 8
≡±≡    http://www.thelineofbestfit.com/reviews/albums/misty-miller-the-whole-family-is-worried
Twitter: https://twitter.com/misty_miller
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Website: http://www.mistymiller.com/
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Misty Miller
The Whole Family Is Worried (08 April 2016)

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