Julia Holter

'Something in the room she moves'

Highly addictive new record


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Highly addictive new record

Forgive us, but the only musical comparison that does justice to the music of California singer Julia Holter is that of Joni Mitchell.

Lyrical depth, the reconciliation of pop music with experimentation, theatrical accents, the flirtation with jazz and orchestrated music: they both master this to perfection. Of course, there are equally big differences: electronica and meditative elements are then very typical of la Holter.

Something in the room she moves

Take "Something in the room she moves," her widely acclaimed new album, full of beautiful arrangements and on which she sounds freer and more fluid than ever before. She writes about recent important events such as the pandemic and the birth of her daughter.

The result is an almost perfect cross-pollination of art-pop, avant-garde and minimalism. Highly addictive, if you ask us.

For fans of Jenny Hval, Laurel Halo, Julianna Barwick, U.S. Girls, Cate Le Bon, …

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