iamamiwhoami- KIN

Though clearly influenced by artists like the Knife, Portishead, and Björk, iamamiwhoami manages to pull together some very captivating and eccentric synth pop songs on her debut album. WATCH THE REVIEW

Though clearly influenced by artists like the Knife, Portishead, and Björk, iamamiwhoami manages to pull together some very captivating and eccentric synth pop songs on her debut album.

WATCH THE REVIEW

  • kap

    I hear a little bit of Royksopp in this too.

  • Not Errol Flynn

    There’s Röyksopp in here too for sure. What do I think of it? I don’t know what is in the water up there in ScandanaviaLand but I _want_ some of it. This is tonic to my ears I tell ya, I love it.

    Mr. Internet’s busiest Music Nerd: you might want to check out an interesting Finnish electronica outfit called K-X-P, minimalistic yumminess – not sure if they have a full long player yet, I picked up a self-title 8 track thing at a gig and I’m loving it. http://www.myspace.com/kxpofficial and http://pitchfork.com/reviews/albums/14500-k-x-p/

  • Julio Brunetti

    I think the beats in this album are amazing, especially in the song “Play”. Also, the synths do a great work helping constructing the rhythmic part of the hole LP. I loved this album and do prefer to hear it without watching the videos (despite the amazing production).