Andrea Schroeder Void out now Glitterhouse Records.
by Walter Price
There has and always will be something timeless and cinematic about Germany’s late-night voiced Andrea Schroeder. Something Rita Hayworth or Marlene Dietrich filtered through thoughts of Tom Waits.
The shadowy elegance that is Schroeder has returned after her remarkable 2014 Where The Wild Oceans End with a new album Void and the artist has a new DIY video for the beat-heavy title track in support. A video that showcases the before mentioned tormented late night appeal Schroeder does so well.
Pray for silence, pray to god, pray to the devil
Whatever you share, it all goes down in the void
The beautifully addictive track conveying desperation and pleading prayers to whom or whatever will do the dirty work of carrying the narrator to the other side of or through the darkness. There is depth and tactile substance in Void not found in factory produced pop music.
Kristof Hahn and Pelle Ossler
26.11.2016 Thun (CH) – Cafe Mokka
27.11.2016 Karlsruhe (D) – Schalander
29.11.2016 Dresden (D) – Schauburg
30.11.2016 Vienna (A) Akzent Theater
06.12.2016 Bonn (D) – Harmonie
07.12.2016 Frankfurt (D) – Das Bett
08.12.2016 Cottbus (D) – Bebel
10.12.2016 Hannover (D) – Cafe Glocksee
11.12.2016 Berlin (D) – Frannz Club
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