Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Christina Aguilera for The National


Lengthy review of the new Christina Aguilera album for The National, reflecting on cyborg-pop, electroclash, riot grrl, and how the female pop zeitgeist has changed since Xtina's debut...
...in the work of someone like Gaga strands of consumerism, spirituality, physical pleasure, love, art and politics are woven into mass-produced tapestries that show almost everything yet tell almost nothing. While they may look fully formed from a distance, the closer one gets, the more they pixelate into meaningless synthetic threads. Aguilera can give so much more than that. Her most memorable work is finely crafted, her talents organic and gloriously human.

1 Comments:

Anonymous LINUX FONT said...

hello! warm greeting ^^!
you have a nice blog 0_0

4:54 PM  

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