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Boomkat Product Review:
Multidisciplinary artist Jamie Krasner is back, finally, with a short set of dizzy soundscapes and gauzy electro-addled dreamwave.
It's been way too long since we last heard from James K. The New Yorker last burst into view back in 2016 with her debut full-length "PET", a keta-fizzed, romantic set of electronic ballads that sounded like Enya gone all vapor, or a bedroom pop Cocteau Twins. Now we've been blessed with five new tracks to remind us that we're still waiting for that sophomore album.
Unsurprisingly, they're absolutely gorgeous, with 'Ultra Facial' layering reverb-drenched vocals over frothy beats, sounding not a million miles from Jenny Hval's brill "Blood Bitch". Krasner takes a left turn on 'Everyrose', burbling through a voice-changer and sounding like a broken robot dressed in Sunday best. 'Subliminal Burn' takes things deeper into another forgotten crevice, introducing Bola-adjacent airlock beats but retaining Krasner's ethereal, twinkling vocals.