Highly anticipated debut Quasi EP by forward thinking Danish citizen Kill J has finally landed, playing smoothly into our earholes yesterday (11th March 2016), the Quasi EP dopeness has kept us going. The whole package was teased for months until today.
It’s a highly visual affair. And we absolutely love every bit of it. But we also couldn’t hope for less from Kill J, obviously. That debut EP cover is delicate in every sense, with a smooth challenging death-stare outlined and emphasized by the deep/dark eye-liner she boasts on that EP cover art…
Denmark’s experimental popstress Kill J released her debut in advance of another live performance at this year’s SXSW Music Festival. Kill J has earned acclaim from numerous blogs, including Pigeons and Planes, SPIN, and The Fader. Receiving strong airplay from Huw Stephens and Annie Mac on BBC Radio 1 and other infamous outlets.
The high-octane Kill J has a knack for blending quivering vocals with rippling beats that flows effortlessly, resulting in great sounding anthems of addictive experimental po. Kill J now looking to cement her position as one Denmark’s sweetest exports in 2016. This is an act you really need to keep a close eye on. She’s destined to rise, very quick.
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