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Thursday, September 27, 2007

Feist Back in San Francisco Early November: Indie-boner --- risING

Posted By on Thu, Sep 27, 2007 at 2:39 PM

Everyone's favorite iPod shill, Feist, returns to the Bay for the like, the 3rd time this year. Not like it's going to slow sales down a bit. This girl's hotter than a laptop on a pair of bare balls.

From the release:

... Feist will be back to SF in support of her acclaimed CD 'The Reminder' on 11/9 @ Nob Hill Masonic Center. 'The Reminder' has sold 235,000 copies in the U.S. alone and shows no sign of slowing down. You can't miss her catchy song and video "1 2 3 4" that is currently being used in the Apple Ipod Nano TV commercials. Here is a what some of the press had to say about her latest release:

Full Release after the jump. Got to get me one of those iPod Nano Video; if only to bait schoolgirls. -ed

"The Reminder" is the album that should transform her from the darling of the indie-rock circuit to a full-fleged star, and do it with no compromises." - The New York Times

“The best voice in indie rock returns with lush second disc.” – Rolling Stone

“Reminding you at times of Joni Mitchell, Feist possesses a haunting voice that makes these songs linger in your head long after they are over.” - People

“another multifaceted gem” – Entertainment Weekly

“Feist sounds primed for a colossal breakthrough” - NPR

“Marked by specks of Dusty Springfield's soul, Björk's confrontational adventurousness, and Joni Mitchell's warmth, the singular allure of Feist's vocals are difficult to deny or

overstate.” – Pitchfork

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