Female Vocalists

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Re: Female Vocalists

Postby Mikeski » Sun Oct 21, 2012 7:33 am UTC

My musical poison for the last year or so has been female J-Pop. (Largely fueled by an anime habit...)

Round Table & Nino
Savage Genius
Lia
Nana Mizuki (two links to the same song, studio & live)
Mamiko Noto
ClariS
Ritsuko Okazaki (RIP)
Kokia
Chara
Kalafina (studio stuff is better, but their record label clears youtube faster than you can say "". Similar stuff can be found under Yuki Kajiura; Kalafina is just one of her projects.)

And one from Great Britain from days gone by, in case you don't like Japanese singers:

Renaissance

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Re: Female Vocalists

Postby Shro » Tue Oct 23, 2012 3:14 pm UTC

Radical_Initiator wrote:I think I like you a lot. Or at least your taste in vocalists.

Is it worth mentioning that the vocalist in Massive Attack's "Teardrop" is Elizabeth Fraser of The Cocteau Twins, and that some of their stuff is pretty damn awesome, too?

As I'm systematically posting almost every song that's enjoyed any kind of popularity in the last couple of years, I'm not surprised you'd end up liking some of it.
Also, Cocteau Twins are definitely worth mentioning.

Cocteau Twins - Cherry Colored Funk
Cocteau Twins - Carolyn's Fingers
Kendra Morris- Pow
Kendra Morris- Concrete Waves
Kendra Morris - If You Didn't Go
Iggy Azalea - My World
Iggy Azalea - Pu$$y
Iggy Azalea - Murda Bizness
Goldfrapp- Oh La La
Little Dragon - Brush The Heat
Little Dragon - Never Never
Dragonette - Easy
Dragonette - I Get Around
Blackmill Ft. Veela - Let It Be
M.I.A. - Paper Planes
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Re: Female Vocalists

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Re: Female Vocalists

Postby Radical_Initiator » Sun Oct 28, 2012 7:25 pm UTC

Shro wrote:
Radical_Initiator wrote:I think I like you a lot. Or at least your taste in vocalists.

Is it worth mentioning that the vocalist in Massive Attack's "Teardrop" is Elizabeth Fraser of The Cocteau Twins, and that some of their stuff is pretty damn awesome, too?

As I'm systematically posting almost every song that's enjoyed any kind of popularity in the last couple of years, I'm not surprised you'd end up liking some of it.


For some reason, I keep getting the feeling I should take some slight umbrage at this statement. Meh.
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Re: Female Vocalists

Postby Shro » Mon Oct 29, 2012 6:20 pm UTC

Radical_Initiator wrote:For some reason, I keep getting the feeling I should take some slight umbrage at this statement. Meh.

To be noted: I'm also including mostly songs I personally enjoy from anything that's enjoyed any thing of popularity over the last couple of years. I am not the kind of person to specifically go looking for great female artists, they just seem to constantly and consistently pop up on my radar. Most of the music has to be somewhat well known for me to have heard it. However, I do have a bit of a range in my tastes, so if you like anything that's in the genres I also listen to, it is likely that a song I like and have posted is also a song that you like. It was just a comment on how the probabilities are pretty good. I mean, all of the algorithms on some of the music sharing sites that predict what you might like based on what you already like are getting pretty good, I would hope that a human chooser of music with those tools at their disposal could find some good music to listen to.

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Re: Female Vocalists

Postby Rodion Raskolnikov » Tue Nov 13, 2012 3:24 pm UTC

Churches, a new three piece indie-electro band from Glasgow with Lauren Mayberry on vocals. They are super-awesome.

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I Would Die 4 U (Prince cover)

Others:
Rilo Kiley - Portions for Foxes
Rilo Kiley - The Frug
Camera Obscura - Lloyd, I'm ready to be heartbroken
Camera Obscura - French Navy
Robyn - Fembot
tUnEyArDs - My Country
St. Vincent - Cheerleader

Lena - Satellite (Even Eurovision shite is sometimes good pop music.)

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Re: Female Vocalists

Postby talkingwatermelon » Fri Nov 16, 2012 3:27 am UTC

To be added to the 'L' list below:
Lisa Mitchell
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Re: Female Vocalists

Postby Apparently Anonymous » Mon Nov 26, 2012 10:23 pm UTC

Fiona Apple has already been mentioned with one of my favourite songs (Paper bag), but I'm going to suggest her again.

One that hasn't been mentioned yet: Susanne Sundfør. I can't restrict myself to just one song, so here's three:
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Re: Female Vocalists

Postby Shro » Tue Dec 04, 2012 7:14 am UTC

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Re: Female Vocalists

Postby shieldforyoureyes » Tue Dec 04, 2012 9:54 am UTC

I only know Joss Stone from her collaboration with Angelique Kidjo:

Gimme Shelter - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OhVlFna5DPQ

Kidjo is unreal...

Summertime - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KW_L_oLo3-4
Shango - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C_VjmiPDZmU

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Re: Female Vocalists

Postby Sheikh al-Majaneen » Wed Dec 05, 2012 6:07 pm UTC

Miss Derringer - Black Tears

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Re: Female Vocalists

Postby UniqueScreenname » Sat Dec 15, 2012 4:20 am UTC

I was sure there was some Kimbra in here somewhere...Anyways, the recorded stuff is amazing, but the live stuff is just purely epic orgasmic heaven.

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Edit: Oh, it seems I've mentioned her but intentionally didn't link anything. I changed my mind.
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Re: Female Vocalists

Postby shieldforyoureyes » Sat Dec 15, 2012 9:11 am UTC

Emma Härdelin, of the Swedish avant-folk band Garmarna: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vIC_SNtYpxQ

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Re: Female Vocalists

Postby kybernetes » Thu Dec 27, 2012 5:41 am UTC

Since no one has mentioned her yet, Lay Low is a great artist. Listen to Helganga: youtu.be/3saDQk-3AV4. Kind of dark indie folk.

Also, someone mentioned them earlier but I thought I'd second them: Warpaint, all-female four piece rock band. The play kind of experimental/psychedellic rock music, with some very interesting vocals. Check out some of their concerts on youtube. They sound amazing live (honestly I think most of their live/promo versions are better than their album work.
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Re: Female Vocalists

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Re: Female Vocalists

Postby eSOANEM » Thu Jan 03, 2013 12:19 pm UTC

All the female vocalist-y stuff from my library:

Asobi Seksu - (a Japanese-American shoegaze-turned-dream-pop band)
Crooked Still - (American bluegrass-ish band)
Eisley - (American indie band)
Epica - (Dutch symphonic metal band)
Flyleaf - (American metal-ish band)
Haggard - (German medieval/symphonic metal band, most songs are really duets between a male and female vocalist with backing vocals as well)
Halestorm - (American hard rock band)
Helen Arney - (English musical comedian)
Hole - (American grunge band)
Indica - (Finnish alt/pop rock band)
Leaves' Eyes - (German-Norwegian symphonic/folk metal band)
Nightwish - (Finnish symphonic metal band)
Plumtree - (Canadian indie band)
The Pretty Reckless - (American pop-ified hard rock-ish band)
Sarah Jaroaz - (American bluegrass musician)
Sirenia - (Norwegian gothic/symphonic metal band using both male and female vocals)
Stream of Passion - (Dutch-Mexican symphonic metal band)
Ximena Sariñana - (Mexican solo musician with quite a wide variety of styles)
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Re: Female Vocalists

Postby UniqueScreenname » Fri Jan 04, 2013 3:00 am UTC

We have some similar tastes, but I am seeing a significant lack of Lacuna Coil there.
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Re: Female Vocalists

Postby eSOANEM » Fri Jan 04, 2013 2:39 pm UTC

YES!!!

Lacuna coil's one of those bands (along with quite a lot of other very good bands) which I keep hearing about but never when I'm near my laptop and haven't ever actually got around to listening to. I blame the fact I started listening to music at all quite late and, until the last few months, haven't really known anyone with similar tastes.
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Re: Female Vocalists

Postby UniqueScreenname » Sun Jan 06, 2013 2:58 pm UTC

No need for people with similar musical tastes when there is Pandora. That's how I found almost every symphonic metal artist I have.

Although Lacuna Coil isn't symphonic, but they are still in similar wavelengths.
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Postby eSOANEM » Sun Jan 06, 2013 9:02 pm UTC

True. I did try pandora once a few years ago (back when the comic on it came out), but back then I had spotify which meant (at the time), as much music as I wanted for free pretty easily and I did start listening to a lot of music. By the time that got limited I had enough music in local copies that I didn't have much drive to look for new stuff (I can be very lazy). Still, with my new university based term dates, people I actively talk about music with and the fact that I was recently recommended this online radio station, I ought to be listening to a lot more new stuff now :D
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Re: Female Vocalists

Postby Thesh » Sun Jan 06, 2013 9:52 pm UTC

I have last.fm to thank for my introduction to industrial metal, avant-garde, experimental, and just non-pop female vocalists in general.

On that note:

Stolen Babies - Mousefood
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Postby UniqueScreenname » Tue Jan 08, 2013 1:31 am UTC

eSOANEM wrote:True. I did try pandora once a few years ago (back when the comic on it came out), but back then I had spotify which meant (at the time), as much music as I wanted for free pretty easily and I did start listening to a lot of music. By the time that got limited I had enough music in local copies that I didn't have much drive to look for new stuff (I can be very lazy). Still, with my new university based term dates, people I actively talk about music with and the fact that I was recently recommended this online radio station, I ought to be listening to a lot more new stuff now :D

Also, I did a post earlier in this thread with a whole bunch of links. Enjoy.
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Re: Female Vocalists

Postby UniqueScreenname » Mon Jan 21, 2013 3:51 am UTC

Thesh wrote:I have last.fm to thank for my introduction to industrial metal, avant-garde, experimental, and just non-pop female vocalists in general.

On that note:

Stolen Babies - Mousefood
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v1xbEttSX9w

I love girl screamers. This reminds me of a really juiced up Animal Alpha somewhat.
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Re: Female Vocalists

Postby no-genius » Tue Feb 12, 2013 11:30 pm UTC

Sea of Bees - The Woods

I heard this on Marc Riley's 6music show for about a year before I finally decided to get it.

Also, bonus PJ Harvey, I've been listening to her a lot recently. Dress, Man-Size
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Re: Female Vocalists

Postby ocean_soul » Wed Mar 06, 2013 8:53 am UTC

Nightwish, especially with Tarja Turunen, although Anette Olsson is not bad either.

Epica

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Re: Female Vocalists

Postby eSOANEM » Wed Mar 06, 2013 1:24 pm UTC

ocean_soul wrote:Nightwish, especially with Tarja Turunen, although Anette Olsson is not bad either.


For what it's worth, I actually prefer Anette (at least, I prefer Anette era songs sung by Anette over Tarja era songs sung by Tarja).
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Re: Female Vocalists

Postby ahammel » Thu Mar 07, 2013 12:58 am UTC

Does classical music count?

Actually, I don't care, here's Olga Peretyatko tearing your heart out anyway.
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Re: Female Vocalists

Postby DecemberSoul » Mon Mar 11, 2013 2:12 pm UTC

Has no-one mentioned Gallhammer yet? Japanese black metal band, all women.
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Re: Female Vocalists

Postby Sheikh al-Majaneen » Sun Mar 17, 2013 4:39 am UTC

Pitty - Me Adora (Portuguese. Not sure how I got there, but it was worth it.)

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Re: Female Vocalists

Postby EchoRomulus » Mon Jul 15, 2013 11:22 pm UTC

This thread has a disturbing lack of Heart.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fW34QQuL2gU (Dreamboat Annie, full album.)

Heart is all the proof you need to know that women can rock just as hard as men. Magic Man, Barracuda, and Crazy on You are some of the most popular classic rock songs of ever, and yet, they are one of the few bands who are bigger than their hits, their albums are full of forgotten gems. I do not have a least favorite song on their album, Dreamboat Annie. Annie and Nancy Wilson did not just sing, they also wrote their own songs which are different then men's rock and roll. Their love songs are much more poetic, more dreamlike than Queen or Beatles love songs. It's so moving:

"I was a willow last night in a dream
I bent down over a clear running stream
I sang you the song that I heard up above
And you keep me alive with your sweet flowing love" --Crazy on You

I can sit at my record player and replay that single verse over and over for hours. I can, but I don't. Then I wouldn't be listening to the rest of the album.
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Re: Female Vocalists

Postby Thesh » Mon Jul 15, 2013 11:28 pm UTC

Honesty replaced by greed, they gave us the reason to fight and bleed
They try to torch our faith and hope, spit at our presence and detest our goals

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Re: Female Vocalists

Postby teenidle » Thu Jul 25, 2013 8:06 pm UTC

I remember a time not that long ago when I would only listen to female singers.

Anyway, stuff that hasn't been mentioned yet (unless I fucked up):

Meg Myers - Adelaide
Rasputina - Transylvanian Concubine
Room Eleven - Lalala Love
Anna Ternheim - Shoreline, Highlands
Jenny Wilson - Bad Waters <3 <3 <3
Morcheeba - Blood Like Lemonade
Band of Skulls - Navigate
Garbage - Sugar, I Think I'm Paranoid
Hello Saferide - The Quiz, Anna
Sarah Jaffe - Better Than Nothing
Amy Macdonald - Youth Of Today
The Pierces - Kill! Kill! Kill!
Kerli - Love is Dead, Walking On Air
Sweet Talk Radio - Dotted Lines
Alanis Morissette - Eight Easy Steps, All I Really Want
Marina and the Diamonds - Bubblegum Bitch

I sure hope I haven't messed up the links.

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Re: Female Vocalists

Postby Thesh » Wed Aug 07, 2013 4:54 am UTC

Honesty replaced by greed, they gave us the reason to fight and bleed
They try to torch our faith and hope, spit at our presence and detest our goals

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Re: Female Vocalists

Postby Bartimaeus » Thu Aug 08, 2013 12:49 am UTC

Female vocalists have quite unconsciously become some of my favorite musicians, making some of my favorite music to listen to.

Some of my favorites. Not necessarily the best display of their vocal talents, but songs that I really like.
PJ Harvey - No Girl So Sweet
Sonic Youth (Kim Gordan) - 'Cross The Breeze
Grimes - Circumambient
St Vincent - Surgeon
Ultraista (Laura Bettinson) - You're Out
Regina Spektor Wallet
Bosnian Rainbows - Always On The Run

Also, Komm, susser Tod.

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Re: Female Vocalists

Postby sparkyb » Sat Aug 10, 2013 3:14 pm UTC

Second Halestorm. Particularly Here's to Us and Tell Me Where It Hurts

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Re: Female Vocalists

Postby drego642 » Sun Aug 11, 2013 6:21 am UTC

UniqueScreenname wrote:Also, Emilie Autumn has not been mentioned. She's got just the right amount of crazy to make her music really interesting.

Absolutely second this. I adore her music and naturally, I love hearing women with deeper voices sing.

On that note, Maria Arkhipova from Arkonaabout takes the cake.

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Re: Female Vocalists

Postby Thesh » Mon Sep 09, 2013 8:33 am UTC

A bit of a departure from my usual taste, but it's Carla Kihlstedt is just awesome:
2 Foot Yard - One Day In May
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4KbT4mtFzpU

EDIT:

While I'm at it, more HUMANWINE:
Pique
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e9zMWavfi-o

More Akphaezya:
Beyond the Sky
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F1wf9ocWUGs

More Stolen Babies:
Splatter
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uuOgCMyQRns

And more Madder Mortem:
The Flood To Come
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cY_exgMFUPQ
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Re: Female Vocalists

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