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ARMINDA K ‘It’s Nearly Night Time’

Feb 23, 2021 | Electronica, Reviews

A maverick's miniature synth-pop opera

When someone suggests music is experimental we always picture songwriters stood around in lab coats. The judgement could be levelled at this oddity, as pigeon holes aren’t designed for this degree of non-conformity. There is a maverick at work, and we like to picture Arminda K rising from her bed at 3am and composing the whole twenty minutes of this miniature synth-pop opera whilst held in a dreamlike state. Then, in the morning, the London based musician, is able to immediately capture her nocturnal masterpiece. We’re sure the process was a tad more complex, but we like to dream, and It’s Nearly Night Time invokes the sweetest reveries.

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