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Vinyl LP pressing. It has a strange air of being created unconsciously while the artist herself was asleep. It is a vastly intriguing set of pop tunes highlighted by it's amazing fifth and sixth songs: "Avi" and "Feyd Rautha Dark Heart", which are each fr
Proceeding Feel It (2011) and Olympia (2013), Future Politics is the third studio album from Canadian electronic pop outfit, Austra fronted by Katie Stelmanis.
The tale traces through Melanie's debut album Cry Baby, a collection of pop songs that draw inspiration from singer-songwriter folk and hip-hop and follow a character who learns to be more comfortable with who she is.
If Kick I was a multidimensional self-portrait that held all of Arca's many mutations, Kick II sees her deconstruct reggaeton rhythms she grew up listening to in Caracas, balancing structure and chaos to create her most accessible work yet.
Kick III sees her returning to the club nights that shaped her early adult-hood where Arca was born: the surrealist DJ, warping dance music structures to fit her singular vision-relentless rhythms to drive listeners into uncharted states of euphoria.
With Kick IIII, the cycle resolves, and a new species of xenopop emerges, sensual and serene.
With Kick IIIII, Arca focusesentirely on quieter ambient pieces, mainly on piano, plucked strings and swirling pads. Famed Japanese composer Ryuichi Sakamoto makes a guest vocal appearance on "Sanctuary".
Lucy Ford was packed with the kind of nimble wordplay found on Atmosphere's debut, but it was paired with more self-reflective and introspective rhymes than their previous album.
LP reissue of the 2013 debut mixtape by Venezuelan electronic artist Arca.
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