An ambitious and fantastical debut, ANY DEAD COQUETTE invents an archetype and transcribes her dreams.  

The collection brings high and low together at every moment: fervent pleas and surreal poetry, lavishly-produced dance tracks and rough-cut voice memos, free-form phrasings and quantized beats, sweeping orchestral arrangements and a sound-play inspired by John Cage’s “Roaratorio,” conceited pride and slutty joy, regret and fate — all mysteriously in agreement under Anderson’s balmy, operatically-trained voice.  

ANY DEAD COQUETTE constructs a musical tunnel through pop, New Age, and dark experimental. It’s a slippery, divine-feminine adventure.