Tag: Jenny Hval
Every Wednesday on HighClouds, from now until death do us part, we publish the much-awaited and surprising playlists of our
Everybody’s favourite Norwegian with a bowl cut Jenny Hval is coming for blood. After last year’s mesmerizing “Apocalypse, girl“, Hval is ready to venture deeper into the forest of symbols gender and body politics live in with her new album “Blood Bitch”. The LP focuses on the most elemental of those symbols, menstruation, the red thread the album has been woven with. It’s a fictitious yet personal story populated by characters from ’70s exploitation and horror movies. Please meet the first of these shadowy figures in “Female Vampire”.
Every Wednesday on HighClouds, from now until death do us part, we publish the picky playlists of our Brussels’ friend and collaborator Deer Du Bois. He has been demonstrating a real talent in highlighting emerging and talented acts and imposes himself as a real talent-spotter. Every week, his playlist is a sharp and buzzing selection of new discoveries in indie and pop music. And lucky you: we are now your fresh and fun place to weekly seat and savor his delightful “indie.tronic.dream.pop.chill.wave” cocktail. So, do you mind a cup?