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St. Vincent

Annie did some L.A.-area duty last night, stopping into KCRW for a Morning Becomes Eclectic session before hitting the Belly Up for a headlining set with support from Swedish steel-drummers Wildbirds & Peacedrums. Andrew Youssef caught the show at Solana Beach and helpfully reports that she’s working with a Z Vex fuzz factory. For the guitar nerds. Pass through his shots, and have a pass at her performance of “The Strangers” from that KCRW session right here:

Check the rest of St. Vincent’s session at KCRW.

Comments (11)
  1. Ryan  |   Posted on Feb 11th, 2010 0

    See you on Saturday, Annie.

    I’ll bring my Fuzz Factory.

  2. Saw her last weekend in Portland; made the mistake of catching the all ages matinee, which was at capacity with overexcited teenagers. Got stuck in front of what looked like a drama club kid with a voice like a pubescent Colin Meloy loudly singing along with every song (including/especially the quiet bits). Was worth it for her moments of amp-worship noise solo shit, and her charming monologue concerning her affinity for Ice Cube’s “It Was A Good Day” before the Nico cover.

  3. Soooo hot, want to touch the hiney.

  4. Michael  |   Posted on Feb 11th, 2010 0

    UUHHHM for future reference the Belly Up is in San Diego County

  5. She’s so dreamy.

  6. As always, great job Andrew!

  7. Was there new material?

  8. artimusmaximus  |   Posted on Feb 12th, 2010 0

    That left shoulder/bra-strap showing deal is hot. Would be hotter if she meant to do that and it wasn’t a wardrobe malfunction. The girl from Wildbirds & Peacedrums is also easy on the eyes.

  9. No new material, she did a cover, can’t remember who it was she covered again, but it was quite something, especially with the single spotlight illuminating that hair!

  10. frameofmind  |   Posted on Feb 17th, 2010 0

    When did she stop dressing up her backing band like little Cupie dolls?

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