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Nadine Shah|Kitchen Sink

Kitchen Sink

Nadine Shah

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In 2017, Holiday Destination brought Nadine Shah out from the underground, revealing an intriguing love child of PJ Harvey and Siouxsie and Anna Calvi. With that third album, the Londoner who was born to a Norwegian mother and a Pakistani father tightened the bolts of an indie rock that she delivered in a rather tense, borderline post-punk way, with angular basses, nervous but minimalist guitars and an almost free saxophone. Three years later, Shah has made her sound even more original with her heavy influences, notably thanks to her unique voice which has become deeper and deeper, hitting you from the very first minutes of Club Cougar, the brilliant opening track that sets the tone for the record. Even in her lyrics, the British singer stands out from her peers in her scathing introspection of the 30-year-old woman that she is, mocking societal pressures and sexism. Like on Ladies for Babies (Goats for Love) where she openly responds to the 90s Ace of Base hit, All That She Wants. Kitchen Sink is also more daring than its predecessors in its instrumental choices, less rock'n'roll and more atypical, especially in its impressive use of percussion which really spices up this beautiful album. © Marc Zisman/Qobuz

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1
Club Cougar
00:04:46

Ben Hillier, Composer, Producer, Drums, Engineer, Guitar, Percussion, Writer, Synthesizer - Ben Nicholls, Bass Guitar - Pete Wareham, Saxophone - Nadine Shah, Composer, Writer, MainArtist - Dan Crook, Engineer - Katie Tavini, Engineer - Maisie Crook, Engineer

© 2020 BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited trading as Infectious Music ℗ 2020 BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited trading as Infectious Music

2
Ladies for Babies (Goats for Love)
00:04:28

Ben Hillier, Composer, Producer, Drums, Engineer, Guitar, Percussion, Backing Vocals, Writer - Ben Nicholls, Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals - Nadine Shah, Composer, Writer, MainArtist - Dan Crook, Engineer - Katie Tavini, Engineer - Maisie Crook, Engineer

© 2020 BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited trading as Infectious Music ℗ 2020 BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited trading as Infectious Music

3
Buckfast
00:03:51

Ben Hillier, Composer, Producer, Drums, Engineer, Guitar, Percussion, Piano, Writer, Bass, Synthesizer - NEILL MACCOLL, Composer, Guitar, Writer - Ben Nicholls, Composer, Bass Guitar, Piano, Writer - Pete Wareham, Saxophone - Nadine Shah, Composer, Writer, MainArtist - Dan Crook, Engineer, Violin - Katie Tavini, Engineer - Maisie Crook, Engineer

© 2020 BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited trading as Infectious Music ℗ 2020 BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited trading as Infectious Music

4
Dillydally
00:03:47

Ben Hillier, Composer, Producer, Drums, Engineer, Guitar, Percussion, Writer, Synthesizer - Ben Nicholls, Composer, Bass Guitar, Writer, Whistle - Pete Wareham, Engineer, Flute - Nadine Shah, Composer, Writer, MainArtist - Dan Crook, Engineer - Katie Tavini, Engineer - Maisie Crook, Engineer

© 2020 BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited trading as Infectious Music ℗ 2020 BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited trading as Infectious Music

5
Trad
00:05:27

Ben Hillier, Composer, Producer, Drums, Engineer, Guitar, Percussion, Writer, Synthesizer - NEILL MACCOLL, Guitar - Ben Nicholls, Composer, Bass Guitar, Piano, Writer - Nadine Shah, Composer, Writer, MainArtist - Dan Crook, Engineer, Farfisa Organ - Katie Tavini, Engineer - Maisie Crook, Engineer

© 2020 BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited trading as Infectious Music ℗ 2020 BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited trading as Infectious Music

6
Kitchen Sink
00:03:36

Ben Hillier, Composer, Producer, Drums, Engineer, Guitar, Percussion, Piano, Writer, Bass, Synthesizer - Nadine Shah, Composer, Writer, Claps, MainArtist - Dan Crook, Engineer - Katie Tavini, Engineer - Maisie Crook, Engineer

© 2020 BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited trading as Infectious Music ℗ 2020 BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited trading as Infectious Music

7
Kite
00:04:52

Ben Hillier, Composer, Producer, Engineer, Guitar, Piano, Vocals, Writer, Synthesizer - Nadine Shah, Composer, Writer, MainArtist - Dan Crook, Engineer - Katie Tavini, Engineer - Maisie Crook, Engineer

© 2020 BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited trading as Infectious Music ℗ 2020 BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited trading as Infectious Music

8
Ukrainian Wine
00:04:39

Ben Hillier, Composer, Producer, Drums, Engineer, Guitar, Percussion, Writer, Bass, Synthesizer - Nadine Shah, Composer, Writer, MainArtist - Dan Crook, Engineer - Katie Tavini, Engineer - Maisie Crook, Engineer

© 2020 BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited trading as Infectious Music ℗ 2020 BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited trading as Infectious Music

9
Wasps Nest
00:02:22

Ben Hillier, Composer, Producer, Engineer, Guitar, Percussion, Writer, Synthesizer - Nadine Shah, Composer, Writer, MainArtist - Dan Crook, Engineer - Katie Tavini, Engineer - Maisie Crook, Engineer

© 2020 BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited trading as Infectious Music ℗ 2020 BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited trading as Infectious Music

10
Walk
00:04:43

Ben Hillier, Composer, Producer, Drums, Engineer, Guitar, Percussion, Vocals, Writer, Synthesizer - NEILL MACCOLL, Guitar, Hohner Guitaret Guitar - Ben Nicholls, Bass Guitar - Pete Wareham, Flute, Saxophone - Nadine Shah, Composer, Writer, MainArtist - Dan Crook, Engineer - Katie Tavini, Engineer - Maisie Crook, Engineer

© 2020 BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited trading as Infectious Music ℗ 2020 BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited trading as Infectious Music

11
Prayer Mat
00:04:20

Ben Hillier, Composer, Producer, Drums, Engineer, Guitar, Percussion, Piano, Writer, Synthesizer - NEILL MACCOLL, Composer, Guitar, Writer - Ben Nicholls, Bass Guitar - Nadine Shah, Composer, Writer, MainArtist - Dan Crook, Engineer - Katie Tavini, Engineer - Maisie Crook, Engineer

© 2020 BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited trading as Infectious Music ℗ 2020 BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited trading as Infectious Music

Album Description

In 2017, Holiday Destination brought Nadine Shah out from the underground, revealing an intriguing love child of PJ Harvey and Siouxsie and Anna Calvi. With that third album, the Londoner who was born to a Norwegian mother and a Pakistani father tightened the bolts of an indie rock that she delivered in a rather tense, borderline post-punk way, with angular basses, nervous but minimalist guitars and an almost free saxophone. Three years later, Shah has made her sound even more original with her heavy influences, notably thanks to her unique voice which has become deeper and deeper, hitting you from the very first minutes of Club Cougar, the brilliant opening track that sets the tone for the record. Even in her lyrics, the British singer stands out from her peers in her scathing introspection of the 30-year-old woman that she is, mocking societal pressures and sexism. Like on Ladies for Babies (Goats for Love) where she openly responds to the 90s Ace of Base hit, All That She Wants. Kitchen Sink is also more daring than its predecessors in its instrumental choices, less rock'n'roll and more atypical, especially in its impressive use of percussion which really spices up this beautiful album. © Marc Zisman/Qobuz

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