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Label: WM Indonesia
Kimbra's debut almost sounds like music we know, but the strange siren from Gotye's "Somebody That I Used to Know" turns tropes and trends inside out and upside down. The opening track invites you into a weird new world of hoots, odd harmonies and fuzzy popcorn beats, where pop disguises itself as trip-hop show tunes, spaghetti western doo-wop and off-kilter R&B funk, like Mary J through the looking glass -- or like Prince and Nona Hendryx made a girl group of love children together. It's a breathless, at times even exhausting, romp that breathes giddy new life into music's dead horses.

About This Album

Kimbra's debut almost sounds like music we know, but the strange siren from Gotye's "Somebody That I Used to Know" turns tropes and trends inside out and upside down. The opening track invites you into a weird new world of hoots, odd harmonies and fuzzy popcorn beats, where pop disguises itself as trip-hop show tunes, spaghetti western doo-wop and off-kilter R&B funk, like Mary J through the looking glass -- or like Prince and Nona Hendryx made a girl group of love children together. It's a breathless, at times even exhausting, romp that breathes giddy new life into music's dead horses.

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About This Album

Kimbra's debut almost sounds like music we know, but the strange siren from Gotye's "Somebody That I Used to Know" turns tropes and trends inside out and upside down. The opening track invites you into a weird new world of hoots, odd harmonies and fuzzy popcorn beats, where pop disguises itself as trip-hop show tunes, spaghetti western doo-wop and off-kilter R&B funk, like Mary J through the looking glass -- or like Prince and Nona Hendryx made a girl group of love children together. It's a breathless, at times even exhausting, romp that breathes giddy new life into music's dead horses.