by Red Cell
2010 has been a great year for female based Goth / Neo-Folk / Experimental vocalists. Sharing this realm with artists like Zola Jesus, Lady Lazarus, Soap & Skin (See article here) and PJ Harvey’s newest stint, Chelsea Wolfe gives hope that there is yet life in the once highly eclectic genre. Her lo-fi, static-hiss atmosphere explores the beautiful side of noise in a setting of folk-based, singer-songwriter tunes that showcase her amazingly strong voice and creative song structures. She has called her work “spiritual realm funeral songs” and labeled them “Estonian industrial.”
Check out the four videos below to get an idea of some of her various styles.