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Drop The Other - Emika - Emika (CD, Album)

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  1. Nov 02,  · referencing Emika, CD, Album, ZENCD Emika's self-titled debut came at the height of the dubstep craze, but it stands head-and-shoulders above the field. Right from the opening track, "3 Hours," which slowly filters in as the kick drum keeps it steady as the vocals hint at an exhausted state of love, while "Common Exchange" has a more martial /5().
  2. Ninja Tune appreciated Emika's new, dark, downtempo dubstep direction and in January , released "Drop the Other" as her debut single, which has also found its way into the label's 20th anniversary box set. Since , Emika has appeared on tracks with the likes of Pinch, Kryptic Minds, Paul Frick and MyMy.
  3. “Emika’s status as one of the most captivating, innovative and ambitious artists in electronic music is cemented further with the release of her new album DREI - one of two LPs the Berlin-based, Anglo-Czech talent is releasing in , and her fourth in as many years.
  4. Emika is a singer and producer that was born in the UK, but currently resides in Germany. She currently has 4 studio albums put out, and is influenced by genres such as synthpop, art pop.
  5. Emika connects the two and with this connection, she avoids these problems. This is partly a really cruel electronic album, with influences of dubstep, IDM and glitch and partly an addictive pop album. The first time I heard songs like 3 Hours and Double Edge I was shocked and frightened. Emika's world is .
  6. Emika, an Album by Emika. Released in on Ninja Tune (catalog no. NLSCD; CD). Genres: Electronic, worthwhistmasqueremocojelmorumblutga.coinfog: Drop The Other.
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  8. Even though Emika's deadpan, frosty attitude keeps the audience at arm's length and DVA lacks an obvious stand out single (with the exception of the tripped-out cover of Chris Isaak's "Wicked Game"), it is a cohesive, rewarding album that cleverly manages to dodge the usual sophomore pitfalls.

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