Diane Cluck

Diane Cluck has been performing her original brand of intuitive folk around New York City and the wider world since 2000. She developed her "brilliant, idiosyncratic" guitar style ( Village Voice ) and songwriting skills around Sidewalk Cafe's open mic in NYC's East Village alongside Kimya Dawson, Adam Green, Regina Spektor and a host of other unique talents. Her songs have been noted for their "irregular, or even cellular, logic" (Other Music), her singing compared to "the broken coo of an outraged owl or howling bark of a horny dove" (Voodoo-Eros).

Diane's six home-recorded albums have received international distribution and acclaim; songs from her album, "Oh Vanille / ova nil" appeared in the film "Margot at The Wedding" and the U.K. television series, "Skins". She has extensively in both the U.S. and in Europe, most recently with drummer Anders Griffen, and the bands Cocorosie and Rain Machine ( side project of Kyp Malone from TV On The Radio ). Known for oblique vocal harmonies on recording, her live show focuses on singing as a healing, textural experience, leaving space in which listeners may wander, ponder or simply be.




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