Solipsisters

Katie Dey - Solipsisters
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Based on 2 reviews
User Score
Based on 92 ratings
2019 Ratings: #91
Liked by 2 people
May 31, 2019 / Release Date
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musicmagpie55
77
Katie Dey's new album is weird.

She sounds like if Adrianne Lenker and Liz Harris went for a picnic in a psychedelic tangle of eerie synths and echoing reverberations. Dey layers effects on her voice, making it sound like she is a distant stranger from some glitchy planet. While slightly offputting at first, Dey's new album grew on me exponentially; these songs have an architecture that challenges fixed structures of bedroom pop and pushes the potential of the genre forward. In testing these ... read more
laz456
75
9 from mtcore this thing's gotta be good!

Edit: Yep it's awesome!
usedtobe
85
Melbourne experimental pop artist Katie Dey's surprise album is a warped out, near-Björkish confection with lots of vocal manipulation and jarring tonal sonic shifts guaranteed to trip and surprise listeners alike.
amygoodall
77
good
lukassantiago3
85
The album cover represents 100% what this album means: brilliant, beautiful and fantastic.
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Track List

  1. Waves
  2. Solipsisting
  3. Stuck
  4. Dissolving
  5. (At Least For Now)
  6. Shell
  7. Reflection
  8. Escaping
  9. Unforming
  10. Sieve
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Added on: May 30, 2019