credit: Dori Barranco
Behind Museless we find Laura Llopart, a young Barcelona creator who started studying classical piano and who has become a sort of electronic music diva who pays as much attention to the production as she does to the melody and whose songs are born somewhere between Grimes and Daft Punk. With “Grey Boy” (Luup Records, 2016), a presentation EP that blends the warmth of synth pop with the mystery of trip-hop, she got to play in festivals such as Monkey Week or Primavera Club with huge reviews. Some months later, and just two weeks before playing Pitchfork Stage at Primavera Sound Festival, Llopart released her debut album “Dichotomic History” (Luup Records, 2017), an album that explores a nocturnal landscape and sleepless electronic music.
Her live performances are usually accompanied by visual art made by the artist Enric Sant which make the whole experience something unique and trascendetal. Museless is without doubt, one of the artists to consider nowadays, one electronic revelation ready to conquer de world.
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