If you're in the market for a new kind of Christmas standard, look no further than Lily Frost's delightful I Don't Need Presents, in which the neo-lounge diva pulls off the improbable feat of delivering an anti-capitalist critique that's sweet, savvy and potentially enduring. Beyond the nouveau carol, this modest collection of cast-offs from Frost's recent Cine-Magique disc is strikingly good. Waltz Of The Malcontent finds her purring with a Brecht-and-Weillian cabaret swagger, Great Spirit's an earnest but not embarrassing folksy hymn, and Flint And Feather brings Ron Sexsmith and Anne Murray offspring Dawn Langstroth on board for a very pretty roots ballad. The only slight misstep is opener So In Love, which comes off as gay club-friendly Goldfrapp-lite. It's not terrible, but the programmed beats sound stale and don't do justice to Frost's seasoned vocals.