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Album Review

Will Happiness Find Me? is electronic artist Maria Minerva's third full-length album. Since 2011, the Not Not Fun stalwart's brand of woozy electronica received critical praise and a cult following. This effort fuses the dance leanings of her 100% Silk-released EPs with the avant-garde sound of her two previous albums, creating an entrancing and hazy record. It includes the track "The Sound.", Rovi

Customer Reviews

The only reason to avoid this album.

Is your own fear of music. Yes music is changing and women like Zola Jesus, L.A. Vampires and Maria Minerva are leading the way.
If you're still stuck in the past, go buy some Madonna.

Biography

Born: March 15, 1988 in Tallinn, Estonia

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '10s

Channeling raw yet hazy disco energy with conceptual post-punk leanings, the Estonian-born Maria Minerva (born Maria Juur) joined the choice ranks of celebrated and critically acclaimed underground female electronic artists during the latter part of 2000s. Born in Tallinn in 1988, Minerva described her music as "21st century folk music" but her distinctive sound drew similarities to the reverb-laden hypnagogic pop created by Laurel Halo, LA Vampires, and Julia Holter. After studying Art History at...
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