London's female producer Klein, daughter of Nigerian immigrants, emerged via
the 12-song album Only (2016), the seven-song EP Lagata (2016)
eight-song EP Tommy (2017), which includes Runs Reprise
the vocal chaos of Prologue and the deconstructed anti-pop ditty
She also scored a musical set in a care home, Care (2018).
The painstakingly architected soundscapes of Lifetime (2019) strive
for a balance of ambient music, digital noise and unfriendly rhythms.
The best esults are quietly turbulent, like the
sinister sci-fi atmosphere and robotic beat
of Claim It and the
evocative and tragic Listen and See as They Take.
Unfortunately too many tracks are rather trivial collages, including
the 10-minute Honour that was probably meant to be the centerpiece.
Frozen (2020) contains
the 15-minute U Got This, which toys with a loop of playful industrial noises, and two spaced-out, almost psychedelic, chants, Care About Us and
Understand Our Tracks that are probably her most emotional compositions yet;
but the eleven-minute Mark and the shorter pieces are again rather
sterile digital concoctions.
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