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Kimya Dawson: Union Chapel, London

Ian Gittins, The Guardian, 17 September 2008

KIMYA DAWSON has always traded in the infantile, and never more than now. The former Moldy Peaches singer, whose solo material tends towards the coy and cutesy, has gone the whole hog with a new album, Alphabutt, whose sing-song rhythms and scatological glee are aimed fairly and squarely at children.

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