Allison Goldfrapp has been impressing critics and electronica fans alike since 2000, when she released her debut, Felt
Mountain. The black and white photograph of the lovely Goldfrapp suggested the cinematic beauty of Marlene Dietrich, as
did her honey-sweet voice, brought into beautiful relief against her rich, lush synthpop ballads. Goldfrapp
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While working to acquire a degree in fine art, Goldfrapp began lending her theatrical personality and brilliant voice
to electronic artists in the ‘90s, including Tricky, Orbital and Add N to X. After teaming up with composer Will Gregory,
the duo began creating synth-pop that varied from moody, atmospheric pieces to dancefloor electroclash.
After 2006’s dance-influenced Supernature, Goldfrapp drastically changed directions in 2008, releasing Seventh Tree,
a mellow record that has more in common with acoustic-based singer-songwriter fare (with synth burblings still present throughout
its 10 tracks). Want to hear the new stuff? See Goldfrapp live by getting concert tickets.