The 1996 album Excerpts from a Love Circus by Lisa Germano is stark, dissonant and caught us off guard, which may be a good thing
By request we’re checking out the 1996 album Excerpts from a Love Circus by Lisa Germano. Working in a space filled with stark and occasionally dissonant sounds, the relaxed vocals combine darkness and humor in a way that caught us both off guard. While you won’t want to put this on your workout mix, we had a lot of fun (? I guess) discovering the world Lisa Germano inhabits on Excerpts.
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