Katie Von Schleicher - Consummation
Critic Score
Based on 6 reviews
2020 Ratings: #106 / 279
User Score
Based on 63 ratings
2020 Ratings: #215
Liked by 1 person
May 22, 2020 / Release Date
LP / Format
Ba Da Bing! / Label
Indie Rock / Genres
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The Brooklyn artist plumbs darker depths than before, offsetting her stark lyrics with bright, jangling melodies in the search for inner-peace.


The dark take on pop music means her songs dig deep on this intriguing, and at times, strange adventure, and Katie Von Schleicher’s latest project is more complex than anything she has released before.


Consummation is a bold step forward and confirmation that Katie von Schleicher has a great deal to offer and should be creating satisfying music for a long time to come.


With virtuosic arrangements and cavernous production flourishes, the Brooklyn songwriter’s second full-length is an ambitious record that miraculously does not feel like it’s taking on too much.

Loud and Quiet

Channelling Cate Le Bon in its more melodic, piano-led moments and Aldous Harding in its evasive turns, Consummation is a patchwork of conflicting stances and miscommunications.

Идеальный альбом от Katie Von Schleicher пропитан мелодичными и приятными песнями, от которых на душе становится одновременно грустно и весело. В очередной раз можно доказать тот факт, что самая простая песня может превратиться в искусство, если иметь соответствующий голос. Новая ... read more
New York-based artist newest effort brings on the good in chamber pop and laced with her own distinct individuality, coupled with sparse lyricism and jangly melodies, up par to her 2017’s Shitty Hits. She distinctly reminds me of her contemporaries, highly of Aldous Harding or Angel Olsen with her inspiration towards fractured relationships. This is a good one.
It treads that fine line between standard folk pop and deconstructed, haunting pop with devastating affect. Didn't expect much coming into this one, so I'm pleasantly surprised.
do you even indie pop tho?
When I first heard this I didn't know what to expect but when I really got in the mindset of the album it really hit hard and feels like something from the 90s cause of how unique the album is and sounds
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Track List

  1. You Remind Me
  2. Wheel
  3. Nowhere
  4. Caged Sleep
  5. Messenger
  6. Loud
  7. Strangest Thing
  8. Can You Help?
  9. Brutality
  10. Hammer
  11. Power
  12. Gross
  13. Nothing Lasts
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Added on: February 25, 2020