Tag: Kristeen Young

  • Kristeen Young

    Predating Amanda Palmer, Kristeen Young’s now logged over a decade of theatrical dervish shows along with a robust, ripe-for-rediscovery catalog of albums full of weaponized piano riffs and lyrics that aren’t TMI so much as too much candor, in the best way. She’s perhaps best known for railing at the canonical rock gods both on […]

  • Kristeenyoung

    Kristeenyoung is the poppy, piano-driven ruckus of Kristeen Young and friends. The kind of smart and edgy songwriting found within her newest Tony Visconti (T-Rex, Bowie)-produced disc, Music For Strippers, Hookers, and the Odd-Onlooker, is the kind of “commercial” pop we need more of. Her (allegedly) four-octave voice swirls ethereally, all Kate Bush-like, but then […]