Exceptional musician, prestigious supermodel, revolutionary DJ, actress, venerated muse of countless artists - there is practically no end in characterizing the Italian icon
. Right in the middle of provocative catwalk appearances for Diesel and similar designers, riotous live performances and the glamorous world of uncounted magazine covers, the posh artist has created her unique dazzling universe which she is about to expand broadly with her new album "Peoples Temple".
Nothing less than the resurrection of traditional Goth music from the perspective of today's decadent lifestyle lurks within Tying Tiffany
, a hot-blooded artist who is ignorant to attributes like "half-heartedly" and lives out her urge of musical fulfillment as convincing as very few artists before her. British Goth godmother Siouxsie Sioux
comes to ones mind as inevitably as The Velvet Underground
femme fatale Nico
or Andy Warhols muse Edie Sedwick when Tying Tiffany
enters the scene with her musical visions. The legendary spirit of early Joy Division
, paired with a boundless devotion to the melancholic monotony found in Bauhaus
and a powerful influence of rushing Electroclash frame the ring in which the Italian Gothic queen runs riot like a possessed sex symbol and in which she unleashes an energy painfully missed in most other contemporary female solo artists.
Be aware, though: There is a monstrously creative beast hiding behind those endless legs and the coquettishly twinkling eyes, a snarling fury who couldn't be further away from high society's expressionless girlies and who really has something to say in her abysmal lyrics. Tracks like the erupting "One Breath" or the biting opener "3 Circle" show Tying Tiffany
delivering a vocal tour de force that effortlessly competes with Emilie Autumn
in terms of intensity and charisma. Victorian Goth violinist Emilie Autumn
and dark-haired beauty Tying Tiffany
also share a dominant urge to self-fulfilment as well as an inborn sense for perfectionism that turns "Peoples Temple" into a modern Goth manifest not to be missed, a release that creates something furiously original out of past day braveries and the possibilities of our modern world.
True to the roots of the genre, the irresistible Goth vamp delivers a lesson in Punkish attitude, revolutionary gusto and a lot of electronic reinforcement with "Peoples Temple" and strengthens her reputation as a truly exceptional artist of our time - as a legitimate Siouxsie Sioux
descendant and long-legged muse combined in one person whose interpretation of danceable, gripping Goth tunes is among the aesthetically most convincing musical outputs this scene has witnessed for many years before 2010.