I’m so happy to hear my beloved Dresden Doll get all creepy and goth again! If, like me, you adore The Dresden Doll’s “Perfect Fit,” Amanda’s string-infused Bowie tribute, the Stranger Things theme, The Legendary Pink Dots (duh, it is Edward Ka-Spel after all), and Bauhaus, this is the album for you. If you don’t like them, well, I question your music taste and you should probably move on.
The standout track is “The Jack of Hands.” Other favorites are “Beyond the Beach,” “The Shock of Kontakt,” and “The Changing Room.”
The entire I Can Spin a Rainbow album is a delightfully eerie, spreading shadow.
I Can Spin Rainbows album out May 5th.
Amanda Palmer will release her new, full-length studio album, I Can Spin Rainbows, on May 5th. The album is a collaboration between our beloved Dresden Doll frontwoman and Legendary Pink Dots founder Edward Ka-Spel. If the first single, “Rainbow’s End,” is any indication, I’m going to love it…
Is there an electro-comedy genre? If not, Amanda Palmer & Brendan MacLean just invented it. Their new song about concert guestlists, “On the Door,” weaves an electro-dance chorus with comedic answering machine messages from various celebrities including Neil Gaiman, Sarah Silverman, Patton Oswalt, Craig Ferguson.
It’s strange and funny and I love it. You can download the pay what you want (incl. free) mp3 at Bandcamp.
Amanda Palmer & co. “On the Door” (mp3 download page)