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Zola Jesus is a Russian-American sphinx with a piercing wail and heavy, electro-industrial melodiousness; her 2011 album, "Conatus" Sacred Bones, landed like a heavier screed from Siouxie Sioux.
At the front Romily Madley Croft stands stock still like an owl, her dark eyes and whispered prayers making her seem like the dream-daughter of Siouxie Sioux, Tracey Thorne and
Eben & The Witch finish side A with some Siouxie Sioux meets Portishead style tuneage.
And the WS-820PV has a two person memory that can store thirty readings per person, but won't ever have a story about Siouxie Sioux.
Gathered in the low-ceilinged room, which summoned up one of those taverns inhabited by the painter Frans Hals 'boozy merchants and wenches, were Angelo Badalamenti, whose music was showcased earlier that evening at Ghent's World Soundtrack Awards, along with his featured singers Siouxie Sioux and Beth Rowley as well as Brit maestros Clint Mansell and David Arnold and Discovery Award honoree Marc Streitenfeld.