Girl Talk is the third studio album by English singer-songwriter Kate Nash. Nash self-released the album under Have 10p Records along with Fontana in March 2013 after she raised money for the album on PledgeMusic. Featuring a heavier rock-influenced sound, the album is a noticeable departure from her first two indie pop albums. Lyrically, it draws a lot of influence from the riot grrrl movement.
A darling of the British press before she was 20, Nash is no longer signed to a major label and instead crowd-funded her new album, Girl Talk, online. She traded her sundresses for a leather jacket, dyed her hair black with chunky white-blond streaks, and got a all-female band she’s dubbed girl gang
Kate Nash - 'Girl Talk'. You’ve got a problem with me ’cos I’m a girl. An album that veers between the lush pop melodies of her last two LPs and a full-frontal riot grrrl assault. And it places its mission – to close the gender gap in pop music – completely front and centre. Take the Hole-indebted ‘Sister’, a teary tale of a friendship lost, which kicks off with a ‘Doll Parts’-esque bass throb before tearing into a ‘Violet’-evoking screech of I’M TALKING TO YOU. Then there’s the seething Sleater- Kinney-meets-Bikini Kill wail of ‘Cherry Pickin’’ and the Cramps-infused rampage ‘Death Proof’
Album · 2013 · 15 Songs. Have Faith with Kate Nash This Christmas - EP. 2013. The Thin Kids Theme/Warrior In Woolworths - Single.
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Bass – Kate Nash (tracks: 1, 3 to 8, 10 to 15). Design – Dale Voelker. Drums – Fern Ford (tracks: 1 to 12, 14, 15). Engineer – Jeff Ellis. Guitar – Carmen Vandenberg. Producer – Tom Biller.
Kate Nash – Girl Talk. I played bass in a punk band called The Receeders for a couple of years and I love how powerful playing bass and using my voice like that made me feel. She seemed to be growing up with each of her performances
Girl Talk' is the sound of Kate Nash, stretching her wings and just pleasing herself. It's not that bad, but it isn't much else, really. This is the first time that I've found myself disliking the sound of a Kate Nash album. There isn't much to make it memorable, but there's nothing that could make you hate it. A reasonably decent release, but it isn't much of anything, really.
|4||Are You There Sweetheart?||4:28|
Featuring – Siobhan Malhotra
|11||Rap For Rejection||2:18|
|14||You're So Cool, I'm So Freaky||3:17|
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