I tend to be super picky with artists that dabble in trip/hop. Because of that, there's only a set of artists I get excited about whenever they plan on dropping a project.
With her previous album ISON, Sevdaliza became one of those artists. The way she was able to balance art-pop and trip/hop were so lovely to me. It set a truly haunting background for her icy, seductive vocals. Her lyricism was just as potent, cutting through the heavy atmosphere with such precision as she touched on our ... read more