I think I like this more than the host album. To be honest since she started doing full albums I've found them hard to listen to in one sitting, I usually just do a side at a time. I think she's has a great and powerful voice but she's on 'FULL POWER MODE' a little too often for me, so she's best in small doses but when she's good shes often great. She was my 9 year old's favourite artist for a few years, she just latched on to her and to an extent we actually have some (actually very nice) Zola Jesus perfume in the house, some incense candle thingies and there's no getting round this...a shrine area in her bedroom but I guess that's no different than most girls her age with their One Direction shrines, give or take some eyeliner.Flurko wrote: ↑Sun Apr 08, 2018 8:20 amshadowplay wrote: ↑Fri Apr 06, 2018 5:51 amZola Jesus - Ash to Bone (Johnny Jewel Remix) pretty much what you'd expect but that's not really a criticism. Something of a trophy for Nika since Jewel doesn't really do many remixes. One of my kids is a shrine level megafan of Nika, she wasn't too bothered with Okovi but this spin off record has connected her again this morning.
That was great - I should have a listen to more Zola Jesus, I like the few songs I've heard from her but the bulk of her output managed to pass me by.
I remember she was featured on one a the song of the Only Lovers Left Alive OST, which I absolutely love.
I really like the La Vampires meets Zola Jesus record (LA Vampires & Zola Jesus - Vous) which is a little outside her comfort zone being a sort of blasted dancehall blues and she did some good cameos on Xui Xui side projectFormer Ghosts records and of course her banging vocal on Orbital's - New France (which I've heard blasting out the over 60's aerobic class at my local church hall).
I liked her remix/revocal of Blanck Mass.
Blanck Mass - Please (Zola Jesus Remix)
Blanck Mass - Please