The initially industrial solo project of Bavarian chanteuse and former core member of the legendary German industrial act Thorofon, Geneviéve Pasquier, real name Isabelle Wörner, over the years is developed in a sort, as she used to define, “retro-lounge-electro-cabaret” achieving with her last album ‘Louche Effect’ on Ant Zen an enviable and persuasive maturity.
‘Misty Streets’ is an hypnotic and mechanical slab of cold electro-pop lead by a seductive emotional groove mixing sticky ebm-tinged beats with coldwave undertones, backed up by her multifaceted alluring vocals giving it an intimate intriguing at the same time cold and warm feel.
An talented artist of unique personality constantly and consistently evolving, with the rare ability to blend different influences, from industrial, minimal electronic, avant-garde, pop, trip-hop in a coherent and personal fashion combined, as some friends of mine recently testified, with her mesmerizing and charismatic live performances. Definitely one of the best female post-industrial-tinged dark electro act right now.
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