The Guardian bemüht gar einen Vergleich mit Kate Bush:
With nods to hyperactive producers such as Rustie, it’s a collision of pop, grime and electronica that shows off MIA-esque magpie tendencies: Kombine, for instance, samples a Qawwali cassette tape she was given by a cab driver. At times the sonic chaos can feel a little overwhelming. But Heart Wrecking Animals – inspired, she says, after going to see a Oneohtrix Point Never show – shows off her versatility, a subtle, spacious love song with a dipping melody that packs the emotional punch of Kate Bush at her peak.
This debut album is gorgeous, full of smart, punky, edgy and very modern pop songs and sounds, with a big emphasis on crafting magnetic, percussive highs.
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