I have both her albums ("Lungs" (2010) and "Ceremonials" (2012)) on vinyl and the live broadcast of her concert in Radio City Music Hall saved on my DVR. She is a fantastic singer and an ecclectic artist, and I've yet to hear her sing anything which I did not thoroughly enjoy.
-Otto Schnitzelbritches (Musician, audiophile, sailor, and generally awesome dude.)
The way he sings with his teeth clenched sort of makes it sound kind of aggressive or unsettling, otherwise I'm not sure it totally fits as 'creepy'. I guess the first track and the title track Images du Futur are probably closest.
Whoa, I just now came back to this thread, and see that it has new replies. Thank you. o_o;; 😃
I can listen to creepy music year round. Haha. Listening to the soundtrack of Edward Scissorhands right now. I *love* Danny Elfman's creepy-quirkiness! I know that he gets so much influence from classic styles of music (like, '30s, '40s? Gee, I don't even), but he does always put that eerie twist on it, and seal it with a Danny Elfman stamp (potentially toxic)!
One of the creepiest tracks for me was Pictures of You by Oingo Boingo but sadly it isn't available on spotify 😞
Not sure if I have this in my actual CD collection in my closet, but I'll have to check. Because ♥ Oingo Boingo ♥ ! ㋡
I'll have to check back later today for Jack and Jamie's replies :'3