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Ke$ha aims to use lots of music instruments for a more experimental album
Ke$ha has revealed that her next album will be a much more experimental affair with a whole range of music instruments thrown into the creative pot.
Although she has already written an astonishing 200 songs, the popstar told Digital Spy that it was part of the creative process and that she couldn't even remember writing them.
She said that her songs were inspired by her "crazy experiences across the world" and although they had been written, they were not yet record material.
It appears that the exuberant musician is moving away from pop music and into a more rock and roll style as she explained that she had been learning how to play the electric guitar, listening to a lot of AC/DC, Led Zeppelin and Iggy Pop.
"I definitely want the next record to be experimental and I would love to play with all the different sounds of the music I listen to. I really want some dirty guitar and I wouldn't mind if there were elements of blues," she told the online news provider.
Ke$ha has recently announced a short UK tour with special guests LMFAO and Natalia Kills.
The venues are Birmingham Academy, Manchester Apollo and London Hammersmith Apollo.
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Posted on 5 Jul 2011 11:27 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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