LoneLady is Julie Campbell, and vice versa - there is little artifice involved, but rather a symbiosis between art and creator that manifests itself in the kind of poetic, deeply personal and unapologetic work that becomes timeless music. HINTERLAND comes like a bolt from the dark. At it's core beats a special kind of uncomplicated drum machine rhythm and the synthetic timbre of percussion that recalls fractured memories of minimal wave and even early techno, lashed together with LoneLady's deceptively intricate and propulsive style of guitar playing. 'It's channelling Parliament/Funkadelic, Stevie Wonder, Prince and Arthur Russell among others. A strange - but nonetheless real - meeting of funk and... well me, from Audenshaw, Manchester.'
LoneLady is Julie Campbell, and vice versa - there is little artifice involved, but rather a symbiosis between art and creator that manifests itself in the kind of poetic, deeply personal and unapologetic work that becomes timeless music. HINTERLAND comes like a bolt from the dark. At it's core beats a special kind of uncomplicated drum machine rhythm and the synthetic timbre of percussion that recalls fractured memories of minimal wave and even early techno, lashed together with LoneLady's deceptively intricate and propulsive style of guitar playing. 'It's channelling Parliament/Funkadelic, Stevie Wonder, Prince and Arthur Russell among others. A strange - but nonetheless real - meeting of funk and... well me, from Audenshaw, Manchester.'
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Bunkerpop [Vinyl]
Artist: Lonelady
Format: Vinyl
New: In Stock $11.99
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Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Bunkerpop
2. Bunkerpop (Lonelady Michigan Pitch Down Mix)
3. Bunkerpop (Wrangler Mix)

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LoneLady is Julie Campbell, and vice versa - there is little artifice involved, but rather a symbiosis between art and creator that manifests itself in the kind of poetic, deeply personal and unapologetic work that becomes timeless music. HINTERLAND comes like a bolt from the dark. At it's core beats a special kind of uncomplicated drum machine rhythm and the synthetic timbre of percussion that recalls fractured memories of minimal wave and even early techno, lashed together with LoneLady's deceptively intricate and propulsive style of guitar playing. 'It's channelling Parliament/Funkadelic, Stevie Wonder, Prince and Arthur Russell among others. A strange - but nonetheless real - meeting of funk and... well me, from Audenshaw, Manchester.'