TUNE Gazel - Idioteque
“Born from another dimension… she recalls everyone from Kate Bush to Robyn, all while sculpting her own identity” CLASH
“Her debut album “Gazel’s Book of Souls” showcases her eclectic approach with a bewitching journey of unexpected twists and turns: Gazel conjures a hazy dream world with meditative chants and ethereal vocals, asking us to dance to steel drums one minute and absorb light piano melodies the next. Static violin solos, frantic synths and textured percussion build intensity and emotion, tempered with steady, soothing beats throughout.” WONDERLAND
Thought-provoking songwriter talent and rapidly emerging solo artist GAZEL is back with a mesmeric new single, ‘Mina’s Hymn’ alongside her version of Radiohead's Idioteque
She has also just released a wonderful cover of Radiohead’s “Idioteque”, of which she says this:
“I covered “Idioteque” because of the song’s apocalyptic theme. It was released nearly 20 years ago but feels more relevant now that people are cottoning on to the fact that the world is going to end if we continue to obey the machines. I love the description of life as being simply “everything all of the time.”
Working alongside top-tier talent the likes of Haydn Bendall (Kate Bush, Massive Attack) and Shuta Shinoda (Ghostpoet, Hot Chip), it’s clear there are plenty who already believe in this vibrant new talent.
A uniquely genre-bending artist and raconteur, Gazel fuses electronic sounds with philosophical influences for a spine-tingling result that she calls “music from a fractured mindscape.”
Complex and compelling, these first two singles by this highly creative London-based singer/producer Gazel are sure to firmly place her on new music radars scoping for the freshest 2019 talent.
After a string of sold out headline shows across London recently, fans hoping for a sneak peak of where Gazel’s protagonist is headed next will be able to catch her at a headline date at St Pancras Old Church on November 4th.
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