Ever since the Berlin party heydays of the early nineties, Masha Qrella (and also her band Mina) has been part of the city's musical avant-garde; yet at the same time she kept an eye on that one thing which has always been the very core and heart of pop music: the song itself. For analogies and comparisons to Masha's sound, there are musical forebears and soulmates scattered all over the history of pop: Starting out with her own postrock past and a certain proximity to Stereolab's experimental library music, we can easily move on to The Cure's mainstream melancholy or even to the all-embracing sonic albatross wings of band like Fleetwood Mac. Listening to "ANALOGIES", is a bit like Stevie Nicks, Robert Smith, Laetitia Sadier and Masha randomly meeting on a walk, somewhere in beautifully quiet Berlin-Pankow
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