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21/2/16 – FKA Twigs – Good To Love – 2016

Possibly Twigs’ most accessible song to date, it still incorporates some excellent sounds and an innovative backing track. I suspect she wonders why she doesn’t sell more records but unfortunately she lives in a genre that seems to buy the least and stream the most – that is anything Electronic, R&B, Hip Hop, even if […]

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23/8/15 – FKA Twigs – M3LL155X – 2015

FKA Twigs has a new 5 Track EP, enigmatically titled  M3LL155X, this cryptic selection of digits and letters will clearly stand for something beyond a catalogue number, but whether or not it is a sequence to unlock her secrets is yet to be revealed. Accompanied by a 16 minute video, this is Twigs continuing her fascinating […]

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17/3/15 – FKA Twigs – Pendulum – 2015

Oh my, she’s back with another amazing song and video from her debut album, LP1. http://fkatwi.gs http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FKA_twigs http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FKA_twigs_discography To see other FKA Twigs videos on the In Deep Music Archive go here: http://indeepmusicarchive.net/2014/10/71014-fka-twigs-hide-2012/ http://indeepmusicarchive.net/2014/10/91014-fka-twigs-water-ep2-2013/ http://indeepmusicarchive.net/2014/10/81014-fka-twigs-two-weeks-2014/ To read the review of her debut album go here: http://indeepmusicarchive.net/2014/10/61014-fka-twigs-lp1/ For 2015 tour dates go here: http://fkatwi.gs/#    

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6/11/14 – Portishead – Dummy – 20th Anniversary Reissue – 2014/ Glorybox – 1994

In case you missed it and only bought it on CD in the nineties, Portishead released a 20th anniversary vinyl reissue of their landmark album in August this year (the first thousand copies on blue vinyl). One of the great albums of the nineties and a Trip Hop masterpiece, putting Bristol firmly on the map as […]

FKA Twigs EP 2 Artwork 2013

9/10/14 – FKA Twigs – Water Me – EP2 – 2013

Twigs released EP2 in 2013, the EP has four tracks not on LP1 including this one with another wonderfully weird video. The EP opens with How’s That, a dark keyboard, rhythm and sweet melody are suddenly taken over by a crazed percussive attack that comes out of nowhere, like an escaped puppet from a Czech animation ran […]