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Album Review: Grimes - Visions

Album Review: Grimes - Visions

Friday 9th March, 2012 9:21AM

First impressions can be deceiving. Whether it’s meeting the new kid in school, using a new iPhone, or being introduced to your girlfriend’s father, we all succumb to judging, and more than often, being fooled by first impressions. Grimes’ third album Visions falls into this category, seamlessly misleading you from any initial preconceptions you have of Grimes and any of her work. While the pixie-like ‘female Skrillex’ image of the young Claire Boucher reeks of bubblegum indie-pop, Visions is not a pop album. Although there are more hooks and “laa-la-la”s  than a Dianna Ross Greatest Hits collection, Visions is a very complex, intricate, and dark album that requires more than one listen to appreciate it as a whole.

Click here to continue reading this review of Grimes' new album Visions - out next week.

Stayed tuned for our interview with Grimes which we'll post the release of the album.

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