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This young Estonian/Amazonian lady (currently residing in London) has had a cassette out on NNF and also a 12". Business Lady and I are just discussing how the bassline on opener 'These Days' recalls Adamski's all-time classic 'Killer'. That's where the similarities end though as this is basically some super dreamy chilled pop with tropical/tribal and disco flourishes. Occasionally I'm reminded ...

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Cabaret Cixous by Maria Minerva
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8/10 Ant Staff review, 11 August 2011

This young Estonian/Amazonian lady (currently residing in London) has had a cassette out on NNF and also a 12". Business Lady and I are just discussing how the bassline on opener 'These Days' recalls Adamski's all-time classic 'Killer'. That's where the similarities end though as this is basically some super dreamy chilled pop with tropical/tribal and disco flourishes. Occasionally I'm reminded of a way more low fidelity 'Songs Of Love & Lust'-era Chris & Cosey crossed with Matrix Metals. She has a very sultry vocal which really compliments the bedroom production aesthetic. Some tunes are really kind of poppy and more instantly accessible but I prefer the stranger tracks like 'Laulan Paikse Kaes' which is a wired dubby Balearic offering with indecipherable vocals. Those that enjoyed the Matrix Metals and LA Vampires collaboration should check this out.


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