Since 2011, when she released 'La joven Dolores', and the compilation 'Un caso sin resolver', Christina Rosenvinge hasn't released any new material. And after an anthology comes out, it's a pretty good time for a singer to reinvent herself, and that's just what Rosenvinge has done with 'Lo nuestro' (2015), a darker album inspired by people who wouldn't seem to have much in common with her including Luis Cernuda, Louise Bourgeois, Nikola Tesla, New Order, Franco Batiatto and Yoko Ono. This latest album was recorded in a semi-electronic format and with the collaboration of the always-inspired Ral 'Refree' Fernndez, with whom Rosenvinge says she has come to have 'an almost telepathic connection'. She shares the bill with another outstanding international artist to watch this year, Dorian Wood, singer, multi-instrumentalist and performer who will hypnotise audiences with his piano.
"Qui le chanteurs ne sont pas loin.Je les suis bien, mais je suis dans la génération de femmes", apprécie Christina Rosenvinge. "C'est une façon de dire que je leur ressemble autant qu'ils me ressemblent, et ce sont des artistes qui vont vite de pente douloureuse. Ils sont dans une musique, ils ne sont pas les créateurs, c'est une sorte d'intercensure", analyse la belle fancienne contemporaine italo-américaine à Elle / Women. An artist of the new Italian music scene of the 70's and 80', she is particularly inspired by female singers such as Loretta Fiocco or Fiorella Mannoia. For now, her name is well known among the younger generation, it's a real triumph. But before "La joven Dolores", and also after it, she opted not to release another album. d2c66b5586