Recommendation: L.P.

Andi recommends…

L.P.
musician

L.P. has an amazing androgynous style and casual humor which will charm anyone. But more important than any gender presentation or sexuality she has a voice that will chill you to the bone and make you jump to your feet. Every song is incredibly powerful and you couldn’t ask for anything better.

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Posted by on March 18th, 2011 at 04:00 pm

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7 Responses to “Recommendation: L.P.”

  1. Anonymous

    this person looks really rad :] i think i’ll have to give them a listen!

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  2. m

    So glad to see LP here – she’s awesome! I wish she’d release the new album she’s been mentioning for a while. I think she’s moved toward songwriting for other people, though.

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  3. m

    Also, she talked a bit about androgyny toward the end of an interview a few years back:
    http://www.sfbaytimes.com/index.php?sec=article&article_id=8513

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  4. Amy

    Anyone know if she has a facebook music page? Or even a website? The only site I could find was under construction :/ Anyways, I loved the tunes I saw on youtube.

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  5. m

    She used to be more active on MySpace – http://www.myspace.com/lprock – and she still twitters at http://twitter.com/lprock

    No FB fan page as far as I know, though.

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  6. Lauren

    She does have an amazing voice. Really incongruous with her gender presentation – I love it.

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  7. Anonymous

    Thank you for introducing me to this brilliance!

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