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Neko Case Continues to Shift on ' Fox Confessor'

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Neko Case Continues to Shift on ' Fox Confessor'

Neko Case Continues to Shift on ' Fox Confessor'

Neko Case Continues to Shift on ' Fox Confessor'

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Singer and songwriter Neko Case has spent the last few years trying to put some distance between herself and the default description of her music as alt-country.

Neko Case's latest release, Fox Confessor Brings the Flood, moves away from alt-country and toward pop. Dennis Kleiman hide caption

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Since her 2002 collection, Blacklisted, Case has moved toward pop — most obviously as a member of the Vancouver group the New Pornographers. The 35-year-old native of the Pacific Northwest recently released her fourth CD, Fox Confessor Brings the Flood.

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