Kilamanzego bares her introverted soul on new track “Irregular” - WXPN | Vinyl At Heart

Hot off of a PhilaMOCA release show and a cover placement on TIDAL’s Electronic Rising playlist, Kilamanzego has released her latest single “Irregular.” The song finds the quirky indietronica artist diving into the deepest recesses of her soul while making the most of the phrase ‘doing a lot with a little.’ With only five, short, lyrical phrases throughout the song’s three-and-a-half minute run time, Kilamanzego masterfully tells the story of being open and vulnerable in a cutthroat existence, struggling to find an answer to why the world around her is so cold. Her confused pleas are backed by the pumping bass and melodically chopped synths that are a trademark of the eclectic producer’s eye-opening blend of indie rock, electronic bass music, and anti-pop all rolled into one.

“Irregular” comes just weeks after June 26’s “Remember Myself,” both slated to appear on her upcoming EP, Black Weirdo, out July 28 on Get Better Records. “Remember Myself” is a fast paced headbanger that WXPN’s Paige Walter called “a rhythmic layering of buzzing beats and static noise supporting the triumphant sentiment, “I remember me just fine, I’m an outsider.” The single also featured an accompanying music video, with local faces such as Sadie Dupuis and Joey Doubek of Speedy Ortiz, rapper Loji, and Crooks & Nannies’ Sam Huntington starring as enemy cliques rumbling Outsiders-style.

Listen to Kilamanzego’s latest single “Irregular” and watch the music video for “Remember Myself” below.

Kilamanzego - Irregular
Kilamanzego - Remember Myself
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