Marie Davidson is a Canadian electronic producer and performer set to release her album "Working Class Woman" on 5th October 2018 via Ninja Tune. "Working Class Woman" is the Montreal-based producer's fourth and most self-reflective record to date. Mining Italo Disco, proto-industrial and electro influences, leadened with a gut-punching weight, make the record more visceral than any she's released before. Industrial heaviness is balanced by Davidson's spoken text (rather than spoken word) dark, textured soundscapes are counterweighted by statements that carry a darkly humorous edge, making observations on both aspects of club culture as well as more oblique critiques of the modern world.

Marie Davidson is a Canadian electronic producer and performer set to release her album "Working Class Woman" on 5th October 2018 via Ninja Tune. "Working Class Woman" is the Montreal-based producer's fourth and most self-reflective record to date. Mining Italo Disco, proto-industrial and electro influences, leadened with a gut-punching weight, make the record more visceral than any she's released before. Industrial heaviness is balanced by Davidson's spoken text (rather than spoken word) dark, textured soundscapes are counterweighted by statements that carry a darkly humorous edge, making observations on both aspects of club culture as well as more oblique critiques of the modern world.

5054429133035
Working Class Woman [LP]

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Format: Vinyl
Label: NINJA TUNE
Rel. Date: 10/05/2018
UPC: 5054429133035

Working Class Woman [LP]
Artist: Marie Davidson
Format: Vinyl
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DISC: 1

1. Your Biggest Fan
2. Work It
3. The Psychologist
4. Lara
5. Day Dreaming
6. The Tunnel
7. Workaholic Paranoid Bitch
8. So Right
9. Burn Me
10. La Chambre Intérieure

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Marie Davidson is a Canadian electronic producer and performer set to release her album "Working Class Woman" on 5th October 2018 via Ninja Tune. "Working Class Woman" is the Montreal-based producer's fourth and most self-reflective record to date. Mining Italo Disco, proto-industrial and electro influences, leadened with a gut-punching weight, make the record more visceral than any she's released before. Industrial heaviness is balanced by Davidson's spoken text (rather than spoken word) dark, textured soundscapes are counterweighted by statements that carry a darkly humorous edge, making observations on both aspects of club culture as well as more oblique critiques of the modern world.