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Lizzy Mercier Descloux

Always nice to come across a completely new-to-me musician and then discover they were mostly active when I was a kid. Just shows there's so much stuff buried in the archives waiting to be discovered.

Part of the 70s New York punk scene and the subsequent post-punk no-wave, her music is surprisingly eclectic and sounds much more contemporary with a nice line in irreverent covers. I've only listened to a few tracks on Spotify but I'm hooked.

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