Posts Tagged ‘Pixx’

October 13, 2017

The moment we heard Pixx’s quirky dark debut A Way To Say Goodbye a few years ago, we were fans of the British talent. She went on to release a phenomenal debut album named The Age Of Anxiety on 4AD, and it was one of our favorite albums of summer as well as one of more critically lauded records of the year. Her whimsical art pop and avant-garde experimentalism is on full display on bustling album cut Romance, which received a music video treatment today. Join Hannah Rodgers at her local football club as we dance to the swiveling, whirring song. The Age Of Anxiety is available, here.

May 26, 2017

We’ve been massive fans of British musician Pixx and her eccentric brand of music ever since we first encountered her quirky haunting debut single A Way To Say Goodbye more than two years ago. It should come as no surprise that we’ve already pre-ordered Pixx’s debut album The Age Of Anxiety, which will be arriving on June 2nd via 4AD. As we eagerly await its release, let’s dive into the plinky erratic, whimsical swiveling splendor of new single Waterslides. This playful and capricious gem is like a three-way juncture involving Bat For Lashes, St. Vincent, and Grimes. Waterslides’ video is thoroughly enrapturing, too. You can pre-order Pixx’s debut album via all major outlets, here.

February 17, 2017

Fabulous news arrived yesterday from Pixx, the imaginative British artist who cast an all encompassing spell on us early on with eerily scintillating debut, A Way To Say Goodbye. Hannah Rodgers, the talent behind the project, has announced a debut album on 4AD named The Age Of Anxiety. She’s also unveiled a brand new single named I Bow Down. The synth whirring art pop meets electro punk number is irradiantly entrancing. I Bow Down’s shifty resplendence and bold grandiosity evokes both School Of Seven Bells and Bat For Lashes. Its video is also quite the stunning affair in all its esoteric aplomb. Debut album The Age Of Anxiety will arrive on June 2nd. Pre-order from 4AD or various other outlets, here.

September 26, 2016

MOOSIQ MOSAIC : 09.23.2016

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September 23, 2016

When British artist Pixx first bewitched us over a year ago, she was known as Pix, and she had just released a haunting, freak folkish gem full of gloomy, eerie aesthetics named A Way To Say Goodbye. I’ve been following her since, and the now 19 year old musician is back full force with more artistic and eclectic music by way of new video Grip. Though not as creepy as her earliest music, Grip is still a shadowy dagger fluttering in mid air with weightless synths, diaphanous vocals, and heart murmuring percussion.

The sound which Pixx gives us on Grip feels more rotund and rich, with an experimental and baroque flavor that recalls Bat For Lashes and Feist. Grip’s video is wholly mesmerizing. A spunkier pink haired Pixx spellbinds us as she floats about a room, like a super natural being tied to earth, ready to set herself free. Pixx’s Grip is out now on 4AD. It can be purchased from iTunes.

August 1, 2016

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August 1, 2016

I’m a huge fan of visionary British musician Pixx’s experimental, quirky pop, so when I saw that her eccentric gem Baboo had been remixed by Shura, yet another artist I adore, my heart leaped out of my chest in pure joy. We’ve already heard some phenomenal edits and mixes by Shura in the past, and now she’s left my jaw on the floor with her warped, dreamy version of Baboo. Shura takes us on a psychedelic trip through outer space with her kaleidoscopic interpretation of Baboo, a surreal shape shifter with an ooey gooey funk groove.

May 18, 2016

I learned from Pixx’s debut A Way To Say Goodbye over a year ago that this London musician is a visionary artist, one who paints haunting entrancing sonic soundscapes. And I couldn’t get enough of it. The 19 year old artist signed to 4AD soon afterwards and she follows up on last year’s debut EP with eccentric new tune Baboo, revealed alongside a quirky riveting video. Baboo wafts through the air dreamily, an avant-garde experimental pop song that warbles and quivers like a spectral blend of Hundred Waters and St. Vincent. Baboo is utterly bewitching and strangely addicting. It’s available now from various outlets, here.