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As the saturated synths rise behind the lyrics “feel free to care whenever you can” on Josie Pace’s first single, “Torn,” we immediately understand this is not an artist who is weak when abandoned. Instead, this Detroit artist’s music represents a piece of her solitude. The blistering glow of downtempo post-industrial beats, electro-pop melodies and layered soundscapes are home to Josie’s captivating lyrics; she is a songwriter in the purest sense. Produced by Ken Roberts (Charm Farm, SweatySuedeLips, Cleanse), the pair has developed a pulsating sound that can haunt you with vulnerability while basking in Josie’s world of self-reflection and refusal to compromise.
released January 26, 2016
Produced by Ken Roberts at Trig Media Plymouth, Michigan
Song by Josie Pace and Ken Roberts
Saw Kanga last night in Houston , instantly was entranced by her sound , sucked me into the Kangakult vortex , so glad I got to see her live , should have looked into her sooner as Gary Numan was so supportive of her on the Revolution tour , oh now it’s time to catch up and get further involved Callum Gray