The Future’s Void is EMA’s (aka Erika M. Andersen) second album, the follow up to the critically acclaimed Past Life Martyred Saints. Erika self-produced the album with the help of Leif Shackelford.
The single, Satellites received the Best New Track accolade from Pitchfork. The Future’s Void is available on vinyl (with download code), CD and cassette.
LP £16.49 SLANG50058LP
Ltd lilac coloured vinyl LP on City Slang.
CD £11.49 SLANG50058
CD on City Slang.
Tape £4.99 SLANG50058MC
Tape on City Slang.
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9/10 Jack Customer review, 11th February 2015
I had never heard of EMA until Wired had a small piece about a new video, “Satellites”, done all DIY with an Oculus and Kinect and a gritty present juxtaposed with 80s past. The music, the lyrics, the double meanings and it just keeps getting… better. The album cover and title, The Future's Void, is very telling. We can not see EMA's face and she is looking into a view finder, and we can't see what she's looking at either. Nor can she see us, so where does leave human interaction in this strange new world? What can we really know about one another?
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