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Kick.S - A # 1

Kick.S - A # 1
A # 1
Techno, Acid
12 Sep 2014
MP3 album size:
1704 mb
FLAC album size:
1586 mb
Hypnotic Room


5X820 (Hiroyuki Arakawa Remix)
Remix – Hiroyuki Arakawa


Kick I stylized as KiCk i is the fourth studio album by Venezuelan electronic record producer Arca. Recorded between Barcelona and London, the album was released on June 26, 2020 through XL Recordings. Kick I was presented with four singles: Nonbinary, Time, Mequetrefe, and KLK featuring Rosalía. It also includes collaborations with Björk, Shygirl and Sophie. These kinds of unapologetic contradictions and fragments coexist on KiCk i in startling, beautiful, and genuine ways, making it a complete, and triumphant, portrait of Arca's artistry. Track Listing. Arca KiCk i review: a new high watermark for the wildly innovative producers experimental pop. With an all-star cast including Rosalia and Bjork, this project confirms the Venezuelan artist as a great of the contemporary alternative scene. Dhruva Balram. Nonbinary, the opening track on Arcas fourth studio album KiCk i, is a delectable declaration of her new gender expression. This is the Venezeluan producers most accessible record yet, featuring superstar Björk and Spanish pop sensation Rosalía, but there are no signs of compromise here. KiCk i is Arcas 4th studio album, announced in her interview with Alex Frank for Garage Magazine. The album is described as jolting and genre-crushing , featuring collaborations with Björk, ROSALÍA, and SOPHIE and sees Arca exploring her multifaceted personalities. With the release of the second single, Time , Arca officially revealed the tracklisting and artwork of KiCk i. The album was leaked on a Portuguese chat service on the night of March 21st, 2020 and subsequently filtered to other leak websites in the following days. The leaked 12 song project was the same set of tracks that Arca p. Arca discussed her next album in a recent interview with Alex Frank for Garage Magazine. According to the article, the artists fourth studio LP KiCk i will feature vocals from Spanish pop star Rosalía as well as frequent Arca collaborator Björk. The new record will open with a track called Nonbinary. Elsewhere in the interview, Arca discusses her split upbringing in Caracas, Venezuela and Darien, Connecticut, her current obsession with the diva archetype, and some of the inspiration that went into making KiCk i. There was a clear intention to allow every self to express itse. Arca has announced her fourth album, 'KiCK i'. In a new interview with Garage magazine, Arca real name Alejandra Ghersi spoke about the themes of the LP, which include fluidity and freedom. There was a clear intention to allow every self to express itself. Not to decide how much air time each self would get, but to allow for modulation between them in a spontaneous way. There is no such thing as normal, Arca says. A duet with Catalan flamenco pop star Rosalía is set to appear on the album, while Björk has also lent her vocals to the full-length, with other guest fe. The genre-defying effort will center on fluidity and the freedom to express yourself - themes that are very close to the Venezuela-born artist. There was a clear intention to allow every self to express itself, she said. There is no such thing as normal. KiCk i is produced by Arca, featuring appearances from Björk, Rosalía, Shygirl, and SOPHIE. so, KiCk i, the first album on Arca's new trilogy the next albums being called KiCk ii and KiCk iii, is probably the most difficult Arca album to put into a genre - and that's literally what she wants. interpolating two or three of her own past songs, she blends experimental pop and reggaeton in her new masterpiece, making it. Kick I is the latest futuristic answer mixing psychedelia and industry, which has the gift of taking us on a sound journey as eccentric as it is sensational. Humanly speaking, never before has an Arca album been so down to earth, showing all the convictions of its author. Electronic artist Arca has announced her new album Kick I, to be released digitally on June 26th and vinylCD on July 17th via XL Recordings. The LP will feature collaborations with Björk, Rosalía, Sophie and Shygirl. The visual, directed by Manson, shows Arca on a date with a demonic figure in a pink suit. They ride around the city in a limousine and get into the sorts of surreal nightlife mischief. Speculation about Arca's fifth studio album arose when the Venezuelan artist released her comeback single, , this past February. The 62-minute single premiered on NTS Radio through a collaboration with DIVA EXPERIMENTAL FM, with Arca explaining that she envisioned . Although KiCk i is still on its way, Arca has announced a 13-date tour across Europe and the United States, kicking off with a performance on April 4 at Rewire Festival in The Hague, Netherlands. In the meantime, fans of the Xen vocalist can discover her latest site-specific piece, Echo, in the lobby of the Museum of Modern Art in New York City