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This is the second song I’ve really enjoyed from LA singer, musician and producer Elohim, so it’s time she got a mention here! While her debut She Talks Too Much was a bouncy electro tune with a twisted message, Bridge and the Wall has more of an indie-pop flavour and an exuberant, chanted chorus reminiscent of Icona Pop or even the similarly-named Tilly and the Wall. I feel it’s a step in the right direction, distinguishing Elohim from the parade of electro-R&B dullards, and I’m curious now to hear more from her. Elohim follows the trend of a mysterious launch, choosing not to show her face in any press photos, but you can catch a glimpse under the fringe in her live performances such as this one from CMJ.
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