Katie Dey - Solipsisters
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2019 Ratings: #119
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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
9 from mtcore this thing's gotta be good!

Edit: Yep it's awesome!
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.
Maybe the best intro to an album I've ever heard, on GOD, Waves and Solipsisting had me in chills. The rest of the album is solid but not really another catching moment on this. Its a very creative album that I think deserves credit for how out there it is, me likey.
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Added on: May 30, 2019