contemporary art, culture and criticism from a Jewish-Eskimo in the Pacific Northwest.
None of those pop tunes can prepare you for Woodkid's own soundscapes however, and that is a very good thing. His keen eye for detail unspools across track after track on his debut ep Iron and in perfect form on the full lp THE GOLDEN AGE.
Check out a section of his singles after the jump.
Posted by Andrew klaus-Vineyard at Monday, May 20, 2013
Labels: baroque-pop, France, french, music, music review, neofolk, pop culture, woodkid, world music
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