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nadine shah

love your dum and mad



Released: 23rd Jul 2013


LP + cd

Released: 23rd Jul 2013

out of stock

a highly accomplished work which blends nadine's rich & husky classic jazz streak with fantastical, organic instrumentation & the twisted industrial sounds of modern life - fans of pj harvey & jeff buckley will definitely want to check this one out.

Of Norwegian & Pakistani ancestry & hailing from the north east town of Whitburn, this young London based artist's compositions lean towards the dramatic, all imbued with an understated unease, a deep personal connection to their author & a real triumphant streak beneath the darker hued material. Musically, she is reminiscent of early Bad Seeds material & the bruised honesty of a sheen-less 'Broken English' by Marianne Faithful. a truly captivating record that's sure to gather momentum through word of mouth. "Shah possesses one of those pin-you-to-your-seat voices that will penetrate even the thickest layer of cynicism & jadedness' - Sunday Times

natasha recommends : "
the perfect blend of patti smith/pj harvey-esque vocals, jeff buckley’s affecting drama & nick cave’s dark unease….gets better & more intense with ever listen”.

love your dum and mad


  1. Aching Bones
  2. To Be A Young Man
  3. Runaway
  4. The Devil
  5. Floating
  6. All I Want
  7. Used It All
  8. Dreary Town
  9. Remember
  10. Filthy Game
  11. Winter Reigns