Who? Annabel Alpers is from New Zealand. In 2005 she appeared on the music map and makes since as a bachelorette with considerable computer conglomeration of the speeches. Their third album is full of original style of psychedelic pop, highlighted by impressive computer compositions.
What? Contrary to the literal translation of the pseudonym Bachelorette, the "spinster" is not a solo project. Recorded and toured with a band is, a multi-headed computer tools. Musically, this results in a diverse soundscape which produces the psychedelic character more by the seemingly sacred vocal Alpers and less by the abundance of computer-generated melodies. CONSEQUENTIAL reserves Annabel Alpers in on the new album their style. "Bachelorette" is a solid extension of their previous art. This is exciting for newcomers, long-time residents here less vocal "avant garde" than it was on the debut "Isolation Troops", but more Soundtüftelei.
Why? On "Bachelorette" is eleven tracks - Repeat eleven tracks, the solid tried and tested and still provide for ecstasy. The songs begin in some cases quite unusual. Because sometimes you hear a whistle, acoustic guitar, a tambourine, synthesizers and computer sounds that would fit well with a newer version of Super Mario. Annabel's voice is on top of it, of course, whether solo or reproduced in the choir. The mood ranges from dark to fast and offers invitingly in the title of "blanket" even borrowing from Goldfrapp - also one of the most successful numbers and best example of the wonderful combination of voice and computer-generated melodies. "Bachelorette" is a modern religion, open to the world the bridge between Singing / songwriting, folk and electro beats.