Kim Gordon

No Home Record

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As co-founder of legendary avant-rock group Sonic Youth and recently one half of Body/Head, Kim Gordon's career in music spans four decades, yet this is her first solo album proper.

It makes sense that this “American idea” (as Gordon says on the agitated rock track “Air BnB”) of purchasing utopia permeates the record, as no place is this phenomenon more apparent than Los Angeles, where Gordon was born and recently returned to after several lifetimes on the east coast. It was a move precipitated by a number of seismic shifts in her personal life and undoubtedly plays a role in "No Home Record"’s fascination with transience. The album opens with the restless “Sketch Artist,” where Gordon sings about “dreaming in a tent” as the music shutters and skips like scenery through a car window. “Even Earthquake,” perhaps the record’s most straightforward track embodies this mood; Gordon’s voice wavering like watercolor: “If I could cry and shake for you / I’d lay awake for you / I got sand in my heart for you,” guitar strokes blending into one another as they bleed out across an unstable page. Front to back, "No Home Record" is an expert operation in the uncanny. You don’t simply listen to Gordon’s music; you experience it.
Sketch Artist

Air BnB

Paprika Pony

Murdered Out

Don’t Play it

Cookie Butter

Hungry Baby


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