12 Songs, 45 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Like her fellow travellers Lorde and Grimes, Pixx is doing the noble work of updating classic goth drama for the digital era. The British songwriter born Hannah Rodgers merges crystallized keyboard swells with skittering, Aphex Twin–inspired beats and her cascading vocals on "Telescreen," while "Mood Ring Eyes" is chamber pop with a digital sheen. And she likes to work her feelings out on the dance floor, as seen on "Baboo," which contrasts her swirling, overlapping vocals with spritely drum-machine flutterings.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Like her fellow travellers Lorde and Grimes, Pixx is doing the noble work of updating classic goth drama for the digital era. The British songwriter born Hannah Rodgers merges crystallized keyboard swells with skittering, Aphex Twin–inspired beats and her cascading vocals on "Telescreen," while "Mood Ring Eyes" is chamber pop with a digital sheen. And she likes to work her feelings out on the dance floor, as seen on "Baboo," which contrasts her swirling, overlapping vocals with spritely drum-machine flutterings.

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About Pixx

Updating the classic, ethereal sound of 4AD for the 2010s, Pixx continues the tradition of artists ranging from the Cocteau Twins to Grimes. Born Hannah Rodgers, the singer/songwriter hails from Chipstead, a town just outside of South London. Growing up, her talent was encouraged and she attended The BRIT School, a performing arts college near her home. Taking inspiration from Bob Dylan, Joni Mitchell, and Aphex Twin -- and adopting her grandmother's nickname for her moniker -- Pixx released her folktronica-tinged debut EP Fall In in August 2015. Her 2017 debut album The Age of Anxiety (which took its name from W.H. Auden's final poem) found Pixx moving in a darker electro-pop direction inspired by the era's turbulent times.~ Heather Phares

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