Maria Minerva - Maria Minerva's Cabaret Cixous mp3 album
Maria Juur (born 15 March 1988), better known by her stage name Maria Minerva, is an Estonian musician and environmental advocate. Maria Minerva is the recipient of two Estonian Music Awards. Her releases have received critical acclaim from music publications such as Pitchfork Media and The Fader. One of Maria Minerva's early supporters was the influential pop critic Simon Reynolds
Album · 2011 · 11 Songs. Cabaret Cixous Maria Minerva. Listen on Apple Music.
Histrionic by Maria Minerva, released 20 May 2014 1. The Beginning 2. Spirit of the Underground 3. Ivory Tower 4. Interlude 5. Galaxy 6. Treasures 7. Runaway 8. Endgame 9. Wolves & Lambs 10. Deepest Darkest 11. Hingede öö Estonian expat Maria Minerva may have found her footing in the cultural battlefield of Brooklyn but her recent music continues to confound easy assimilation, crawling further into the crevices between karaoke fantasy, hall-of-mirrors pop, and meta-dancefloor mind games. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. CD. Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album. Glass-mastered compact disc in 4-panel full-color digipak Includes unlimited streaming of Histrionic via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
Artists Maria Minerva Cabaret Cixous. This album has an average beat per minute of 116 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 96/152 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Cabaret Cixous. BPM Profile Cabaret Cixous. Album starts at 112BPM, ends at 98BPM (-14), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Maria Minerva.
Maria Minerva - Cabaret Cixous Of all the talent ghosting out of the Not Not Fun camp these days, Maria Minerva is my favourite. Her smoky sound is riddled with hypnagogic haze-half detached disco diva and half unstable weirdo all wrapped up in her own peculiar brand of breathless, gasping sexuality. The only constant is the way that the album feels wet, as if Minerva's breathy vocals were fogging up the windows and the reheated beats turning every surface clammy and moist. Despite its lo-fi nature, Cabaret Cixous has surprisingly lush analogue synths. The dreamy "Luvcool" recalls early electronic synth explorations through the lens of early '80s pop.
Maria Minerva (real name Maria Juur), certainly has the pedigree: the daughter of an Estonian music critic, Juur studied art history while in college; she contributes to The Wire. Juur doesn't soft-pedal her exploration of sexual dynamics; she pouts lustily in photos and gyrates in music videos. Sex can be a tricky subject for an artist from Juur's world: mainly, it's difficult to walk the line between the carnal and political in pop music.
|Laulan Päikse Käes||4:18|
|I Luv Ctrl||3:35|
|Favourite Song (Italo Interlude)||1:40|
|NNF240||Maria Minerva||Maria Minerva's Cabaret Cixous (CD, Album)||Not Not Fun Records||NNF240||US||2011|
|NNF240||Maria Minerva||Maria Minerva's Cabaret Cixous (LP, Album, Ltd)||Not Not Fun Records||NNF240||US||2011|