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Provocatively Life Size

by Fe-Male

Fe-Male's debut album sits somewhere between the ethereal and visceral. Haunting vocals, wailing guitars and hypnotic melodies to tantalise the imagination. Definitely music to be contemplated #indie #avant #psychedelic #rock
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Would You Crucify Me ?
3:34 $0.99
2. Would You Come for Me ?
3:43 $0.99
3. Pretty Girl
3:41 $0.99
4. Unknown
3:33 $0.99
5. We Who Were Children
3:38 $0.99
6. Everyday I Lie
3:34 $0.99
7. You Never Stop to Listen
3:12 $0.99
8. Californian Haze
4:45 $0.99
9. Make Me a Bird
4:46 $0.99
10. Mother
3:38 $0.99
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Album Notes

Rachel Medina’s Fe-Male: Provocatively Life-Size, is a tattered scrapbook of intimate sonic polaroids, at once directly honest, but laced with mystery. The music & lyrics display a striking balance between the visceral and the ethereal - like waves caressing the rocks of a somewhat jagged shoreline, on a chillingly grey autumn day, right before the sun bursts through the clouds. This compelling work is a journey well worth taking.
John Newcott, NewK

’It’s an album that bears repeated listening; very much the feel of a live performance, and an intimate, raw production with minimal use of percussion and bass. The guitars are reminiscent of psychedelic rock, and Rachel’s vocals invoke chilled-out festival evenings. There’s a touch of melancholy, which is accentuated by the wailing guitar sections, contrasted by an understated performance that’s really quite haunting! For me, the sparse arrangement works very well – the enigmatic quality of Rachel’s singing is given the space it needs. A very enjoyable fourth album, and definitely my favourite so far!’’

While each track stands solidly on its own, they also seem to build upon each other. The artistic melodies are much more substantial than the average pretty, little tune and they demand (and deserve) to be attended to from a place of spirit and mind. We Who Were Children....a very, very powerful piece.
This piece for me, comes across as a rebirth announcement from the feminine divine herself. Like you are announcing what I believe is true...not just for me...not just for you...but for many of us.
Mother....calling our ancestors to join in the chorus....I could hear them answering. This would be a greatly appreciated contribution to the growing number of pagan circles in the world.
I feel inside of me, the collective anguish of women throughout the years and the weight of those chains upon the soul of the feminine divine that resides inside every woman who has ever lived and, this empowers me to fight with everything I have to be authentic and alive in a world that defiles creation because I feel the strength they give me. “Mother” has that same feeling to my insides....calling the ancestors to battle.
This summoning spell you have created is right on time.

A fresh and unique talent, irrepressibly paving a road to success.
Peter Antony United DJs Radio / Radio Caroline & Q-BURN Syndicated.

Fe-Male is a band and concept created by British singer and song writer Rachel M . Working in close collaboration on Fe-Male's debut album with her music manager and friend, Scottish guitarist and DJ, John Morrison, Vince Hall [Rolan Bolan band] contributes significant and impressively, psychedelic guitar while New York based drummer Tony Mann [who originally performed on M's first concept piece Seraphine's Dream] reunites with M here to pack a powerful punch on both Californian Haze and the bluesy, if not slightly comedic, You never Stop to Listen. The pen ultimate and ethereal track Make me a Bird was mixed by none other than the illustrious and grammy winning producer Tony Visconti. The album is already receiving acclaim from music reviewers and DJ'S who have listened pre release and has the makings of a classic.



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