Designer Leif Podhajsky uses kaleidoscoped, super-imposed, and fragmented images to alter source images into compelling and almost tactile textures and psychedelic patterns. His images have graced album covers by Tame Impala and Lykke Li, as well as merch, T-shirts, and posters for dozens of other musicians and artists.
A nice little mash-up between the lovely Lykke Li and the ever-talented Bon Iver. The original is deeply intimate, whereas this rendition takes the song to the great outdoors and injects vibrant percussion, accompanied by the funky moves of Sweden’s finest export since Bjorn Borg’s mullet.
Alan Watts said: ‘be as spontaneous and unfettered as life itself’. Lykke Li comes to this place exuding such an unbridled enthusiasm. It’s so simple and pure, the fluent rhythm of the guitar matched with her pixie pitch and sultry movements. Delightful!
Now, this will be fun. Swedish-Japanese singer Maia Hirasawa’s album, Though, I’m Just Me, is set for release on February 17 on Thrive Records. She gets a lot of comparisons to Regina Spektor and Lykke Li, and Bust recently compared her to Feist and a ‘less-angsty Bjork’. And, watching the video for her single, And […]
We featured singer-songwriter Susanne Sundfør on Lost At E Minor last week. We followed up with her to get the secret on her wonderful singing voice: ‘Thank you! I’ve always loved to sing. When I was a little girl I would imitate big divas such as Mariah Carey and Celine Dion. At some point in […]
It’s been a great year for music. Trends came and went; genres collided; and Britney went bezerk. The most delightful resurgence in music has been the whole ethnocentric New York movement, with bands like Vampire Weekend, Gang Gang Dance [pictured above] and Yeasayer, and also the amount of quality minimal tech coming out from artists like Nathan Fake, Pantha du Prince and The Field. These are the standout album releases in my opinion for the year: The Silver Seas’ High Society — amazing harmonies, tight melodies and beautiful songs; Tord Gustavson’s Being There — melancholic and touching jazz; Para One’s Naissance des Pieuvres — if Air and Orchestral Maneuvers in the Dark remade Virgin Suicides right now, it would sound like this; Pantha Du Prince’s Asha — quasi-cinematic.