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Frankie Rose

After investing in time with Vivian Women (serving because the band’s drummer and writing “Where WOULD YOU SET YOU BACK,” a highlight of the first album), Crystal Stilts, as well as the Dum Dum Women, Brooklyn-based noise pop drummer/vocalist Frankie Rose made a decision to focus on her own material — some luminous, reverb-slicked indie pop tunes influenced by Talulah Gosh, Dark Tambourine, and My Bloody Valentine. Rose released a single single, “Thee ONLY 1,” on Slumberland Information in ’09 2009, and teamed up with bassist Caroline Yes!, drummer Kate Ryan, and guitarist Margot Bianca immediately after to create Frankie Rose & the Outs. The recently shaped band’s self-titled debut full-length premiered on Slumberland Information in nov 2010. On her behalf next record, 2012’s Interstellar, Rose ditched the Outs and produced a solo record that also left out the noise play favor of the slick, brand-new wave-influenced audio. Helping from the record was Le Chev, an associate of Fischerspooner along with a well-regarded remixer (Lemonade, Narcisse, and Rose’s tune “Chocolate”). On her behalf following record, Rose shifted over to Body fat Possum and dealing with manufacturer Micheal Cheever, extended her sonic palette with the addition of a string section for some tracks. Herein Crazy was released in past due 2013.

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