Posts Tagged ‘Alice Jemima’

November 1, 2016
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MOOSIQ MOSAIC : 10.27.2016 – 10.29.2016

Featured music – October 27-29, 2016

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October 28, 2016
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For a song named Electric, Alice Jemima’s new single is a rather dainty and delicate gem, yet there’s no denying the static electricity hanging in its air. The UK singer songwriter presents us with sweet dulcet, perky enchanting minimalist pop on her new song, presenting us with a charming ditty I find coquettish and frisky. Electric is a sumptuous electropop taste from Aliec Jemima’s forthcoming self titled debut album due to arrive next year in early March. Electric can be purchased from various outlets, here.

August 15, 2016
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MOOSIQ MOSAIC : 08.12.2016 – 08.14.2016

Featured music – August 12-14, 2016

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August 15, 2016
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Alice Jemima’s latest song may be named Dodged A Bullet, but there’s no evading the beautiful lure of this tune, nor would any part of you want to miss this effortless spread of luscious electropop. The UK based singer songwriter and producer’s svelte vocals and the soft pulsing electronic production on the song make Dodged A Bullet a divine preview from a new project Alice Jemima will be dropping later this year. Dodged A Bullet has already been championed by Radio 1′s Huw Stephens. Purchase or stream the supple beauty from various outlets, here.

April 26, 2016
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Truth be told, though I dig my occasional Red Vine, my taste buds much detest the black liquorice and fennel. My ears, however, am very fond of Alice Jemima’s bewitching new song, Liquorice. The UK based singer songwriter and producer first caught our attention a year ago with a brilliant cover of Alt-J’s Breezeblocks. She brings the same sultry smokiness and quirky artistry to her new original, a folk meets hip hop, soul meets alt pop masterpiece. Spellbinding rhythmic whispering brings to mind early Madonna with a sliver of Azalea Banks, while the thudding rich, jazzy chic production on Liquorice are like a cocktail finely spun out of equal portions of SOFI TUKKER and Marian Hill. Liquorice comes from a debut EP of the same name due out June 17th via Sunday Best. Pre-order the release on 12″ vinyl, here, or purchase digitally from various outlets, here.

July 8, 2014
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I had my reservations when I first pressed play on this cover of Alt-J’s brilliant single Breezeblocks, by the UK’s Alice Jemima. I mean, Alt-J’s album An Awesome Wave was only my absolute favorite album of 2012, and I can’t imagine it’s easy to turn in a good rendition of Alt-J’s folksy, artsy pop music and make it work. Alice Jemima has done it. Her sultry, raspy version of Breezeblocks bathes the song in a whole new light. It’s slinky, yet delicate and far more tender than it’s ever been. In some ways, it reminds me of when Mr. Little Jeans gave us her amazing rendition of Arcade Fire’s The Suburbs. Incredible.

July 8, 2014
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I had my reservations when I first pressed play on this cover of Alt-J’s brilliant single Breezeblocks, by the UK’s Alice Jemima. I mean, Alt-J’s album An Awesome Wave was only my absolute favorite album of 2012, and I can’t imagine it’s easy to turn in a good rendition of Alt-J’s folksy, artsy pop music and make it work. Alice Jemima has done it. Her sultry, raspy version of Breezeblocks bathes the song in a whole new light. It’s slinky, yet delicate and far more tender than it’s ever been. In some ways, it reminds me of when Mr. Little Jeans gave us her amazing rendition of Arcade Fire’s The Suburbs. Incredible.