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Thelma

Thelma

Thelma Thelma
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Thelmas origin seems to suggest that Natasha Jacobs musical abilities sprouted from the singer-songwriter almost spontaneously, whilst she convalesced after a life-changing fall from a ladder. Although there is surely more of a back-story than that, this was when she started writing songs and playing guitar. The Brooklyn, NY-based project itself began two years later as a solo endeavor but soon became a band when Daniel Siles, Maciej Lewandowski and Juan Pablo Siles joined. On Thelmas Self-Titled debut, Natasha doubles down on at least one aspect of the tale; she asserts her right to be fallen. In doing so, Thelma reveals both a self that has been projected onto her as well as the fantasy of her own pro- jected self. While the songwriters falsetto is effortless and pure - its brilliant intricacies conveying playfulness and impetuousness - these seven songs are anything but pure. They make no pretense of representing a natural or spontaneous expressive moment. They are fastidious. And they are gigantic. If anything, the songs exude that most impure, un-sweet, un-angelic motivation: ambition. Within the lyrics too there is a thematic insistence on the writer not wanting to be pure or objectified. Above all, Thelma demonstrates real work; an exacting, intricate, sometimes
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