Carla Bozulich

Gerry Mak Reader Find

By Gerry Mak in New Music on Friday 30 September 2011

I’m completely obsessed with Carla Bozulich right now. Lonesome-sounding strings, church organs, soul-destroying vocals that seem inspired by Diamanda Galas, desert-evoking guitar. Bozulich’s music conjures the brooding and urgent desperation that seems to simmer under the surface of most things now. The LA-based musician, known for her other bands, The Geraldine Fibbers and Ethyl Meatplow, […]

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Carla Bozulich

Gerry Mak Reader Find

By Gerry Mak in New Music on Thursday 26 February 2009

I went to music school every Saturday as a kid, and I remember seeing all these older girls, tragic-looking in their wine-colored velour dresses (it was the ’90s), and wondering if the hickies on their necks were from boys or playing the violin. Carla Bozulich could have been one of these girls, listening to Diamanda […]

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