San Francisco's electronic musician Holly Herndon debuted with
Movement (2012), an album that belongs to two sides of her persona.
On one hand are sonic architectures of musique concrete such as
Breathe (a mesmerizing sonata for breathing). They are complemented
by compositions that wink at popular genres, such as the "danceable"
The single Chorus (2014) decisively opted for the latter style,
sounding like a digital dancefloor-oriented version
of Laurie Anderson's detached singalongs.
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