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  • CD (4 février 2014)
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Encore une fois la magie Nadler a frappé. Certes, on a l'impression que Marissa écrit le même album depuis des années. Tel les grands écrivains composent, décomposent et recomposent la même oeuvre, elle tisse peu à peu une superbe toile. Les mélodies de cet album sont entêtantes faisant la part belle à plus d'instruments qu'à l'habitude. Les textes sont à la fois poétiques, prosaïques et déroutants. Quant à la voix, Marissa est sans conteste une des grandes sirènes des temps modernes. On ne résiste pas longtemps à se laisser entraîner vers le fond en sa compagnie.
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Pour ceux qui aiment les univers sombres et mélancoliques....La musique de Marissa Nadler est écrite pour eux.La poésie est partout: dans les textes,les mélodies.Seul petit bémol: le côté lancinant du chant qui peut devenir un peu lassant et donne l'impression que l'album n'est qu'une seule et même chanson.Mais cela fait partie ,à mon sens, du charme de cette musique.
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Quelle voix ! Elle vous transcende et vous laisse rêveur. Que de bons moments à l'écoute de ce superbe album.
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HASH(0x949dcd44) étoiles sur 5 Marissa Nadler's most consistent album yet 17 février 2014
Par Reviewer - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I've been a fan of Marissa's for a few years and am always looking forward to hearing her new music. When I first listened to July, I was a little disappointed that none of the songs immediately stuck out as favorites. Once I got over that and really listened, I was able to appreciate it for the fact that it is a consistently lovely album all the way through. Overall it's more subdued than any of her others - while there aren't any songs that stand out as favorites, there also aren't any that I'm inspired to skip - and really fits a certain mood. I also think her lyrics here are more accessible and personal than they have been on previous releases. If you're looking for delicate, dark music with subtle but expressive production and beautiful vocals, check this out.
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HASH(0x949dcf6c) étoiles sur 5 I want you to know how much I love Marissa and her music, 14 mars 2014
Par julian - Publié sur Amazon.com
Her new album seriously is better music than you're listening to right now. You really can't beat her music with other static vibrating sounds whirling in your ear drums. Her voice will mesmerize you if you let it, and if you allow her words and the melodies to sink in you'll probably cry, because her music is that good. But hey don't take my word for it, listen to it yourself. Her finger picking guitar melodies and angelic voice, multiplied by sheer beauty and sinister songwriting style creates and ambiance of dream world spirit, and I couldn't have asked her to do a better job, and I'm astounded that I haven't found this artist earlier on in my life. This sound is something you won't find anywhere else and it rests with her. I bought it on vinyl off Sacred Bones and I suggest you support her because she's going to be a really important figure in music for the future. Love you Marissa!
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HASH(0x949e106c) étoiles sur 5 Channeling Sibylle Baier 15 mars 2015
Par unreceivedogma - Publié sur Amazon.com
Marissa channels a number of muses. On this recording, you will hear echoes of everything from Leonard Cohen, Bert Jansch, Jean Redpath, early Dylan, early Joni Mitchell, Tim Buckley's "Lorca" and some of his son Jeff, even Joy Division, a little early Renaissance, Brian Eno's "Discreet Music". But above all, anyone who has said to him or herself "if only Sibylle Baier didn't 'retire' to being a homemaker after her 1st album" will be thrilled to discover Marissa.
See
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sibylle_Baier
and
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=syVOWmLWFys

But for me, Marissa has yet to distill these influences - especially Sibylle's - into her own voice. For example, Laura Nyro assimilated influences from folk, jazz, gospel, blues, rhythm 'n blues, Tin Can Alley, and The Brill School and made them into something tremendously unique, original and powerful. And Laura and Joni Mitchell had a range of emotions that they drew from to paint different moods that enhanced the conceptual groundwork of each of their songs.

Marissa's work is ethereally haunting, and haunting, and haunting, that voice...wait, there's more, more voices. Wait a second: isn't it amazing what an engineer can do with harmonics, reverb, and overdub? It makes a strong first impression, but after repeated listenings its like talking with someone who obsesses about the same thing until he or she is sure you "got it". And after you get it, what's left? I wonder what her unadorned voice is capable of conveying. I have the odd feeling that I still don't know Marissa as an artist yet.

Andre Gide said that art begins with resistance, at the point where resistance is overcome. In my view, Marissa needs to learn to resist being complacent with the seductive qualities of her talent, and open herself up to a wider range of experiences.

She's young and talented, this is a nice record, there is plenty of time to see if/how she grows.
HASH(0x949e11e0) étoiles sur 5 Incredible Voice, my favorite singer 1 août 2014
Par Mark Trevor Smith - Publié sur Amazon.com
Ever since I heard a few bars from "Drive" on the radio show "Car Talk," Marissa Nadler has been my favorite singer. Not because of the "kind" of singer she is, not because of the "kind" of songs she sings, but because of her uniquely gorgeous voice and her haunting lyrics. And, incidentally, I also love the way she pronounces certain words.
HASH(0x949e151c) étoiles sur 5 A masterpiece 4 juin 2014
Par Nicolo Machiavelli - Publié sur Amazon.com
I'm not even going to attempt to write an objective review; this is strictly a personal account I feel compelled to write out of sheer gratitude for the music. Even though it's her most recent, July is the first Marissa Nadler album I bought. Within a short timespan, I had all available albums and was listening to them tirelessly. Over the past couple of months, this music has had a palpable impact on my life, reviving forgotten emotions and an atrophied creative spirit. It has been transformative and regenerative, and I'm deeply thankful for that. So that makes me a Marissa Nadler convert, and obviously not an objective reviewer or music critic. If you want an impartial opinion, go preview the songs and judge for yourself, or download "drive" like I did, and see what happens.

Even though I appreciate the entire oeuvre, I feel that July is her masterpiece. It is a concept album, or at least it feels like one to me: a Dark Side of the Moon created by someone at the height of their creative abilities. It is also her first foray into using mundane Americana (mostly gleaned from real-life experiences of life on the road) to poetic effect, a bit like Updike, but with distinctly dark undertones -- the ride July takes you on is more Lynch's Wild at Heart than Rabbit, run.

Inspired by Nadler's music to reread a story by Nathaniel Hawthorne, I stumbled upon this strikingly apt quote: "... and the moon, creating, like the imaginative power, a beautiful strangeness in familiar objects, gave something of romance to a scene that might not have possessed it in the light of day". On July, Marissa Nadler is the moon, illuminating with "beautiful strangeness" cell phones, roadside rest stops, Holiday Inns and even the Hollywood sign. Aside from the phenomenal instrumentation and harmony of soul-wrenching compositions like Desire, Was it a dream and Anyone Else (just to name a few), I think it is this conceptual aspect of July that makes it a truly great work of art and Nadler's crowning achievement.

In April, I was fortunate enough to see her on the European tour in a small, intimate venue. The performance only solidified my admiration for July, and I encourage anyone even remotely considering getting this album to please do so, and to try to catch her as she passes by. Considering the attention this breakthrough album is receiving, this might be the last opportunity to see her in such close settings.
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