Laurel Halo

Music, Dance and electronic

A standout in the murkily defined experimental electronic scene that encompasses harsh noise, dreamy drone and ambient art pop, the eclectic producer brings tracks ranging from hypnagogic electropop to muzzy, blissed-out analog reverie, all the way from Berlin to Brooklyn. Her latest album, Dust—released on dubstep pioneer Kode9’s label Hyperdub—features restlessly improvisational, jazzy beats grounded by vocoded vocal melodies.

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