LoveLaws TT

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Label: LoveLeaks

Genre: Alternative

Subgenre: Indie Rock

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  • 1Mykki04:10
  • 2I've Been Fine04:01
  • 3Love Leaks06:02
  • 4The Dream03:57
  • 5Tutorial04:38
  • 6Dram04:39
  • 7Safe04:38
  • 8Sassafras Interlude01:19
  • 9Take One04:18
  • 10Too Sweet03:54
  • Total Runtime41:36

Info for LoveLaws

14 Jahre, drei LPs und eine EP ist es her, dass Wayman und ihre Bandkolleginnen aus LA in ihren frühen Zwanzigern Warpaint gegründet haben. Von der Musikpresse wird seitdem ihr »hypnotischer« und »sinnlicher« Sound gefeiert – Bedroom Folk. Der kreative Prozess der Band war stets ein kollaborativer: Sie teilen sich die Schreibe- und Gesangspflichten, wechseln sich an den Instrumenten ab.

Nach 14 Jahren im musikalischen Kollektiv eröffnet LoveLaws, Theresa Waymans erste Soloplatte, ihr die Möglichkeit, Ideen auf andere Weise umsetzen, als es im Bandkontext möglich ist. Auf zehn Tracks beschreibt das Album die musikalische und persönliche Weiterentwicklung der Künstlerin innerhalb der letzten Jahre.

Obwohl sie Gitarristin ist, hört Theresa seit ihren Teenagerjahren auf Beats, Basslinien und Samples, statt auf die Inspiration anderer Gitarrenvirtuosen. I've never wanted to be a rock person, so I'm finally fulfilling my vision from 20 years ago, sagt sie und nennt beispielweise Björk als großen Einfluss.

Daneben basieren große inhaltliche Teile des Albums auf persönlichen Erfahrungen. Wayman schreibt von ihrer Mutterrolle – oder den Höhen und Tiefen der Liebe im Leben einer tourenden Musikerin.

Theresa Wayman, Gitarre, Gesang, Bass, Schlagzeug

Theresa Wayman
is one-quarter of Warpaint, the band whose rousing siren sounds have bewitched music-lovers since their formation way back in 2004. This September sees the group release their latest album, Heads Up – which founding member, vocalist, and guitarist Wayman has crafted while simultaneously working on her own solo electronic album, BOSS.

If you're fortunate enough to have witnessed Warpaint perform live, you may have noticed that all four members seem intrinsically close – even spiritually linked – to one another. Wayman says that they listen to music together frequently, but rarely talk about it, as they already know which deep-rooted music has informed them individually. And then there’s the dark charm in their songs. 2009’s Exquisite Corpse transported women to the bedrooms of their pubescent selves and captivated men with a seductive but sinister 'Lisbon Girls' effect. Four albums later and their sound has evolved into an exciting new experimental, electronic direction prevalent on new single, New Song. Heads Up looks to be a new chapter: a mature, evolved piece of work that has allowed the outfit to explore new sounds and even instruments, in order to create something entirely fresh.

For Wayman, the music that has influenced her sound over the past decade is rooted in her teenage years. “These albums and songs that I have picked I still go back to because they sum up everything that I find valuable in music and also everything that I'm trying to achieve with the music I make,” she explains. “I have albums right now that influence me, but these ones always ring true. They’re not something that was the case for just that moment in time, you know?” Here, she reveals the five albums that have informed her musical practice.

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