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I have never really listened to that much music with female vocalists, but as of lately I have being discovering a lot of female artists that I really enjoy. I don't like their music just for their voice but more as a complete package, so here are the ones I've being listening to the most lately:

 

Chelsea Wolfe:

 really dark atmosphere to here music and just overall great . Her new album is amazing.

 

 

Julia Holter:

 

extremely dreamy and beautiful music.

 

St Vincent.

 

Amazing singer and guitar player, nuff said :)

 

 

These are just the ones I've been listening to the most but I've been also really enjoying Regina Spektor, Ellie Goulding, Lily Allen, Now,Now among others

There are also some hardcore bands like Code Orange Kids and Circle Takes the Square with great female vocalists, but they do a 50/50 of singing and screaming so I guess it's not appropiate for this thread.

The ones above might not be the best vocalists ever but the music as a whole package for sure is amazing and I hope some one will enjoy any of them:D 


Edited by Leveler - 9/20/13 at 12:30am
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I've always loved Angie Hart from Frente. She may not be not the best vocalist, but she has a cute voice and interesting lyrics. The band a pretty damn good too.

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Originally Posted by Mython View Post
 

I coulda sworn I'd posted her before, but a thread search is yielding nothing, so I'll venture to post an 80s pop songstress by the name of Kim Wilde:

 

As a youngster, I used to have such a thing for Kim! :redface:

Well, that takes me back.  Kids in America was a great song and video.

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Ah, Kim Wilde was so hot. I personally had a thing for Susanna Hoffs from The Bangles.  

Btw, I'm listening to Birdy's new album and while nothing groundbreaking it's pretty enjoyable.

 

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Btw, I'm listening to Birdy's new album and while nothing groundbreaking it's pretty enjoyable.

I have watched/listened to Birdy's No Angel probably two dozen times since it was released.  Still gives me goosebumps.  It has a great combination of vocals, lyrics, and piano melody.  

Sounds even better when upsampled to 2xDSD (5.6MHz) using JRiver 19 (I extracted the audio track from the video). 


Edited by lmf22 - 9/22/13 at 7:27pm
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I have watched/listened to Birdy's No Angel probably two dozen times since it was released.  Still gives me goosebumps.  It has a great combination of vocals, lyrics, and piano melody.  

Sounds even better when upsampled to 2xDSD (5.6MHz) using JRiver 19 (I extracted the audio track from the video). 

 

I actually prefer the album version. The vocals don't shine as much but it's a darker and more emotional sounding.

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My favourite female vocalists (right now) are Kimbra, Bella Ferraro (her X-Factor audition is ridiculous) and Laura Brehm. Mind you this changes all the time.

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Susanne Sundfør.

Such an incredible, different voice. The whole album is amazing. Very well mastered too.


Edited by Fuzziekiwi - 9/24/13 at 6:41am
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Malin Andersson:

 

 

 


Edited by Mython - 12/21/13 at 10:04am
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Rosalyn Sara:

 

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Mila Falls:

 

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Cordelia Gartside:

 

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MALLiE:

 

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Cynthia Erivo:

 

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Marie Dahlstrøm:

 

 

 

She reminds me a bit of Shara Nelson (singing here with Massive Attack):

 

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