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  1. Apr 20,  · The Future’s Void stabilizes a bit after this salvo, gravitating toward EMA’s signature sound albeit with more prominent electronic washes. But that doesn’t mean she’s done with grand statements: the urgent “Solace” is the album’s most club-ready track, and “When She Comes” rides that can’t-miss Lou Reed-by-way-of Pixies vibe.
  2. Apr 08,  · It’s fitting that Erika M. Anderson is wearing an Oculus Rift headset on the cover of The Future’s Void, since she's both obscuring her face and visualizing other compgolmemabote.muupelholdnetpcorkrinnomefquecurpama.infoinfo follow-up to ’s critically acclaimed album Past Life Martyred Saints takes the personal admissions of Anderson’s previous work and sidesteps them to engage on thoughts on William Gibson’s Neuromancer on a.
  3. Nov 23,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Ema - The Future's Void at Discogs. Complete your Ema collection/5(81).
  4. Sometimes she is almost soothing, such as "3Jane" and my second-favourite track "When She Comes" - yes, in the midst of the digital fuzz EMA finds room for an acoustic guitar. However, there is real tension and cynicism on this album, captured perfectly by the industrial menace that underpins "Neuromancer".
  5. Alliance Ema - Future's Void Release Date/08/;Notes:Vinyl LP pressing. Erika M. Anderson first graced the limelight under the guise of Ema in May , when the brilliantly scuffed debut album PAST LIFE MARTYRED SAINTS was released to a multitude of acclaim.
  6. The Future’s Void is EMA’s (aka Erika M. Andersen) second album, the follow up to the critically acclaimed Past Life Martyred compgolmemabote.muupelholdnetpcorkrinnomefquecurpama.infoinfo self-produced the album with the help of Leif Shackelford. The single, Satellites received the Best New Track accolade from compgolmemabote.muupelholdnetpcorkrinnomefquecurpama.infoinfo Future’s Void is available on vinyl (with download code), CD and cassette.
  7. Apr 08,  · Album Of The Week: EMA The Future’s Void. Tom Breihan @tombreihan | April 8, - pm. And a lot of also comes down to Anderson’s voice and what she does with it. She.
  8. EMA has a complicated relationship with the future. In short, it freaks her out. The songwriter even named her new album The Future’s Void, a double entendre whose playfulness only seems to emphasize her underlying compgolmemabote.muupelholdnetpcorkrinnomefquecurpama.infoinfohere she looks, EMA sees the specters that modern technology has cast into our lives: soul-sucking computers, omnipotent video cameras, all-consuming .
  9. The Future’s Void is an album that, rather than plead with us to disconnect from the online, asks us to face up to a world with where internet, surveillance, selfies, the NSA aren’t going to go away, and to find a way to continue to interact with this technology in a constructive and positive fashion. And we have to .

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