“Always impressive wherever the work of this artist pops up, Voyeur doesn’t go under the reader unnoticed as well. A full on deranged feeling of music that is dense and all over the colorful audio spectrum. Beautifully designed, moving, innovating and scarily surreal like a short story of uncomfortable creepiness in which Elizabeth goes into the mind of a voyeur and channels the findings through excellent music.”
“freaking hell, she hitting brilliance again over here, with a full on stereo mindf*ck, wicked beat weirdness, a work of amazeballs quality that feels like it is on a next level while still having that trademark of humanity to it; don’t want to be an ass licking licker but this is absolutely brilliant.”
Thank you as always to YIKIS for their unending support and kindness, and don’t forget to check out the full album: 36 tracks, $5, all for a good cause.
Music for the DMV was honored at the Independent Music Awards this weekend by being nominated in two categories–Best Concept Album, and Best Longform Video. And I’m so excited to share that we took home the win for Best Concept Album!
Thank you to the Independent Music Awards for an amazing evening. It’s incredibly affirming to meet so many talented and dedicated self-released/indie artists, and to be able to celebrate each other’s accomplishments. Congratulations to all of the nominees!
If you’re in the London area June 20-21, please head out to Waltham Forrest with a radio tuned to 87.7FM and enjoy 24 hours of never-before-heard music, field recordings, poetry and more, including a brand new unheard track from me. More details on their website.
QT Station, an online music series featuring only women & non binary artists, included the “dark” and “super dystopian “Sci Fi Drive” on yesterday’s episode. Check it out and enjoy tracks from a wide variety of excellent electronic musicians, ranging from dream pop to industrial to EDM to dark jazz and much more!
I could imagine wordless theatre shows taking the music up and build entire complimenting performances around them. I bet the theatres would flourish and turn into newly generated fan machines. Normal person goes in – hears an amazing show – gets hooked on the excitement – comes out as a super fan of this very fine composer. They all will be my new friends, and the excitement as a person could also team up with their excitements & we all live happily in a world dominated by the inspiring concert music. Animation series and movies will be made with them as their core of inspiration, dance moves will be choreographed and everywhere you go the sounds will come out to greet you lovingly.
I don’t think it gets any more flattering than that 🙂 Read the full review here, and be sure to check out the whole site–YIKIS routinely spotlights some of the most interesting and adventurous indie music out there!