Zambri: House of Baasa

Tucson Weekly | April 20, 2012
The Zambri sisters' voices recall Siouxsie Sioux, almost to distraction. Part of House of Baasa's dark frisson comes from how it carries on Sioux's particular legacy, though it has less of the murky pulse of Kaleidoscope's "Christine" (though the Baasa song "Hundred Hearts" comes closest to that kind of minimalism, while cheekily suggesting the main riff to Berlin's "Take My Breath Away") and more of the symphonic clutter of Superstition's "Kiss Them for Me."...

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