Pennsylvania-born songwriter Diane Cluck began playing her very own songs within the burgeoning NEW YORK “anti-folk” scene in 2000. Together with like-minded performers like Kimya Dawson and Regina Spektor, Cluck was a normal fixture on the Sidewalk Cafe, a hub for the freakier folk noises happening at that time. Ever prolific, Cluck quickly self-released a self-titled single record in 2000, pursuing up with almost annual albums and countless collaborations. Essential Information released 2001’s Macy’s Time Bird and 2002’s Dark with Green Leaves, in addition to her motivated 2004 discharge, Oh Vanille/Ova Nille. Following albums Countless Situations and Monarcana implemented as Cluck toured internationally and proved helpful in cooperation with performers like CocoRosie and Herman Düne. Oh Vanille/Ova Nille premiered on vinyl fabric for the very first time this year 2010, and music from the record found their method in to the film Margot at the marriage along with the U.K. Television teen play Skins. Cluck presented a “Song-of-the-Week” series in 2011, whereby she shipped new music to clients via her internet site on a every week basis. Her seventh record, Boneset, a ghostly and elegantly brief set of music, premiered in 2014.