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Q&A with the musician on her mentors, dropping out of music school and losing her ’67 Silvertone bass
The American singer-songwriter draws on experience to deliver an ambitious sixth album
Artists from St Vincent to Wild Billy Childish demonstrated the instrument’s power and versatility
The singer-songwriter presided over 95 minutes of surreal visuals and skewed guitar solos at Brixton Academy
The album includes a manically overdetermined art-rock number and a mawkishly emotive pop ballad
Annie Clark talks about giving control to her audience and why she’s staying off the dancefloor
Singer and guitarist Annie Clark expertly balances disruptiveness and self-control
Annie Clark’s fifth album is the perfect mix of surface and depth, a disruptive portrait of life in the technological age
The duo’s studio collaboration was thrillingly made flesh with the help of eight brass players
Singer/songwriter Annie Clark’s uncompromising aesthetic created a mood of chilly detachment at this gig
Annie Clark’s third solo album is a delight, combining the workings of her skittish imagination with candied choruses