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It takes just a few minutes of “’90s Music”—one of the sparkling singles from Kimbra’s second album—to realize that the eclectic New Zealand pop sensation has talent far beyond the bittersweet guest vocal she offered on Gotye’s ubiquitous smash “Somebody That I Used to Know”. Kimbra’s wild electro-pop pastiche namechecks Nirvana and TLC, unleashes a radiant blast of synthesizers and juxtaposes the singer’s nimble vocal with an 808 thump. It’s a perfect example of the brilliantly frenetic mélange that defines The Golden Echo. The album’s list of collaborators exemplifies its range—calling on everyone from ultra-cool rock heavyweights like Muse frontman Matt Bellamy and Mars Volta guitarist/bandleader Omar Rodríguez-López to orchestral pop icon Van Dyke Parks and cutting-edge R&B vocalist Bilal. But when a pair of album highlights come back to back (the propulsive “Love in High Places” and the funky, ’70s-influenced R&B banger “Nobody but You”), the bright textures, inventive hooks and head-spinning influences evince Kimbra’s singular touch.

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I love Kimbra

She’s so good. Experimental with her melodies, lyrics, beats. This album is so enjoyable! Well worth the wait xx


This is a record that everyone should own. In True Kimbra style "The Golden Echo" is a wonderful combination of Sounds and Styles that have shaped this incredibly talented artist into the multi dimensional performer she is today. Kimbra is a serious talent, And this is a seriously good record...Own it.

Nobody but you?

From the 3 pre-released singles, this album seems to be more experimental, 90s music for example has a real mash-up feel. But for me, the best track so far is nobody but you, what a smooth song! It sounds like it was a 1990s rnb hit.


Born: 27 March 1990 in Hamilton, New Zealand

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '10s

Though New Zealand pop singer Kimbra released an award-winning debut album with 2011's Vows, it was her cameo on Gotye's smash hit "Somebody That I Used to Know" that won her global fame. She then used that acclaim to make some of the most audacious and playful fusions of jazzy R&B, pop, and dance in the 2010s. Born Kimbra Johnson in Hamilton, New Zealand, Kimbra began taking guitar lessons around age 12 and was performing live by her teens. A 2007 Juice TV video award caught the attention of the...
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