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Genderland by DRIFT features six tracks of pulsating beats and ethereal, layered vocal melodies. It is sound that she describes as devotional synth and dub wave. Delivered with an autonomous determination the songs generally carry a message of equality. This marks a shift from DRIFT’s previous EP Black Devotion which found her searching for a sound.
Sally Dige, a poet, musician, visual artist and filmmaker recorded Holding On with one synth and her voice. She has layered sound upon sound, using at least 100 audio tracks for each piece. Sally was going through a rough time during the album’s conception, but poured every ounce of her pain and confusion into the production.The result is an interesting juxtaposition of dance songs about loneliness and death. LP on Avant.