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Tag: Zola Jesus (page 1 of 3)

GEISTE Utopia EP

GEISTE is the musical vehicle of Marie Chabrelie from near St Tropez who probably would have been a product of JRR Tolkien had he manufactured pop stars. Haunting, captivating and endearing, she invites you into her moody world of escapist pop on her debut EP ‘Utopia’. You only get to make a first impression once and her ‘Utopia’ makes a rather enthralling otherworldly one. Continue Reading ›

MENTRIX My Enemy, My Love

As Zola Jesus said recently, looking inwards is something she does a lot of, and in these unprecedented times, isolation and concentration on self, will be something that even the biggest extroverts will have to work on. Not too dissimilar from Ms Jesus, Sufi inspired Iranian born, Berlin based artist MENTRIX, debuts with her long player ‘My Enemy, My Love’ in which she looks towards the core of her existence. Continue Reading ›

Introducing GEISTE

Now if JRR Tolkien had manufactured a pop star, he’d have probably have come up with Avant pop songstress GEISTE. GEISTE is the musical vehicle of Marie Chabrelie, a young singer / songwriter / producer from near St Tropez who began as an acoustic act with a trip-hop past before she found that her fantasy storytelling could enter a more intriguing sonic universe using electronics. The environmentally conscious battlecry of ‘Ocean’ has been her opening statement. Continue Reading ›

KANGA Eternal Daughter

California based KANGA creates an unforgettable symbiosis of hard and ethereal, wrapped in electronic soundscapes of Los Angeles. She likes mixing pop into her darker electro roots, not because pop sells but because the good hooks make a good song. Her 2016 self-titled album, featuring guitarist Matthew Setzer and mixed by Rhys Fulber, created a buzz that continues to fuel the energy pushing the Santa Ana artist out into the open with her new mini album ‘Eternal Daughter’. Continue Reading ›

IONNALEE Remember The Future

Jonna Lee aka IONNALEE aka IAMAMIWHOAMI has made a curious comeback with a follow up to her first solo outing of ‘Everyone Afraid To Be Forgotten’. Unlike her works with IAMAMIWHOAMI, which were mysteriously messy and unsettling, the music of IONNALEE simplified matters, adding a romantic feel to her otherwise unusual disposition and ‘Remember The Future’ maintains that minimal approach. Continue Reading ›

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