Release date: May 15, 2013
Hooray! A long-awaited debut album by Russia-based young girl-artist Ishome.
Confession - that's the name, post-everything-tronic - that's the style. She cuts, slices, play, programs and mixes it all together by herself making a soothing mixture of complex broken beats, ambient atmos, quirky pop vocals and ground moving grooves.
Mirabella Ishome Kiryanova lives here and there from time to time - from South Bounds to Siberia. Being pretty young she's already done a huge job - released on Proton Music US, won a national contest by one of Russia's biggest web-zines (Look At Me "10 Top Young Producers"), played on Stereoleto SPb and EXIT fests, was remixed by D/R/U/G/S and much more.
She constantly plays live acts across the country, and it's pretty amazing how this young artful dodger creates an insane twist all over the dance floor every time she's conducting it.
So in Confession we see Ishome in her best. With loads of quotations from different genres and subs she keep a firm paw on her sounding so you could easily know - who's that. Yes, nothing special in this fact but it's quite interesting for a 20-year-old girl to have such a strong hand and vibe. Nine tunes - from ambient to old-school driven breakbeat, 2-step-smth, atmo-grime, techno and back.
- 1. Grade
- 2. Adam
- 3. Tetra 94 (Part 1)
- 4. Wildness
- 5. Sad Family
- 6. Tetra 94 (Part 2)
- 7. It Exists
- 8. Ken Tavr
- 9. Earth