Since this week's Look Hear declaring that pretty much everybody is streaming their entire albums at the moment, another artist has offered up everything to the internerds. TuneYards (or tUnE-YaRdS or tUnE-yArDs or some other stylised version) aka Merrill Garbus has offered up her second album, Whokill
(or w h o k i l l
) – from which we've already heard 'Bizness'
– in its entirety for the people of the internet.
Garbus' brand of music is tricky to define – and perhaps doesn't need to be* – but it's been described as anything from RnB to pop to world music and lo-fi experimental. Basically, there's a lot of drum loops and ukulele, some horns, wails, cackles and distortion.
More at tune-yards.com
*Like Grandpa Fred says in 16 Candles
when explaining quiche: "You don't spell it son; you eat