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A product of the pop resurgence reminiscent of ‘80s’ lo-fi built upon the shoulders of their DFW previous project Devi, Hannah Witkowski came back together with partner Samuel Culp to create something altogether newer, more seductive, and sinister with its upturned hi-fi EDM.
Some flairs of goth stomp rain through such as their haunting tribute to White Stripes’ “Seven Nation Army,” although above all, this latest project is a homegrown gift to candy kids ready to dream of the sweet sweat of Electric Daisy Carnival.
Some months after the October 26, 2019 release of their freshman album under this new monicker, the chanteuse and Cowtown producer show crowds and freshly turned heads why they are not diverting from their previous accolades, but building on local nominations for Song of the Year, Artist of the Year, Album of the Year, Female Vocal Performance and Best Pop Act from heavy-hitting periodicals such as Dallas Observer, Central Track and Fort Worth Weekly.
You have only to nibble at the bait dancing on the mesmerizingly dark hooks to know you haven’t had nearly enough.