“If we could all fall in love together, we’d have no enemies,” sings rising pop sensation Kiesza. And she does have a good point. Better still, she has a lovely, throbbing, monstrous pop song that bangs its way into your head while causing you euphoria in lieu of pain. Trust us, it’s quite the bouncy delight. If it were edible, it’d be an extra large hot fudge sundae. And you’d eat it all up in just a few minutes — even if you’re lactose intolerant. It just hits you with this flood of immediate pleasure that can’t be denied. No wonder Kiesza is a rocket piercing through the air, headed for world domination. Kesha, step aside. You’ve officially been replaced.
Published on Oct 24, 2014
Download or Stream Kiesza’s Debut Album “Sound of a Woman”
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Matthew Nicolosi – “Rise and Fall Sculpture”
Michelle Palotta “Lolligo”
Ming – Jer Kuo “Suburban Form”
Robert Lach “Rhythm Crutch Wheel II” “Crutch House”