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on July 28, 2017 - 12:28pm

Soleima has cast an enigmatic and hypnotic spell with the handful of tracks that she’s introduced over the course of the past year. ‘Breathe’, ‘Cracks’, ‘Wasted’ and ‘Once Was’ off her debut mini-album “NO.14” have presented an artist with a singular take on pop which is it once immediately engaging and fascinatingly off-kilter.

The Danish musician’s heady cocktail of pitch-shifted synths, R&B, future bass and an undercurrent of world music is already something quite apart from the pack, but her vocal – simultaneously otherworldly, childlike in its innocence and sweetly sensual – elevates her individualistic style to another level.

Each step of Soleima’s body of work has been accompanied by a stylised video which expands upon the narrative of the track. And her desire to interpret music in a visual sense is only going to become more vital, especially as she’s collaborating with groundbreaking visual arts team Dark Matters and references The Knife as an example of how she wants her future live show to unfold.

Ultimately Soleima’s unique trait is in united disparate styles – cutting-edge productions with an immediate pop core, and relatable lyrical themes which simultaneously explore societal issues and the very meaning of what it is to be human. “Political pop is quite unpopular,” she sighs, “but I think it’s important to bring it back somehow. The whole challenge is to present it in a way that connects with people.”

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