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Jahovia - E.M.M.A. - Blue Gardens

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  1. Boomkat Product Review: Debut album of synthed-out grime, garage and UKF abstractions from young Merseyside-via-London producer E.M.M.A.. Keysound is on a bit of a roll (ahem) at the moment, its recent releases placing it at the forefront of the grime revival, and consolidating its role as guardian of core values of the UK hardcore continuum.
  2. Jul 01,  · E.M.M.A.'s blend of funky and techno is a special one. Her beats and the shiny digital landscapes wrapped up in them are more introspective, aimed at the mind, not just at the dance floor.
  3. Jul 25,  · Provided to YouTube by Cargo Jahovia · E.M.M.A Blue Gardens ℗ Pastel Prism Released on: Artist: E.m.m.a Featured Artist: Rebel MC Auto-generated by YouTube.
  4. Jahovia, an album by E.M.M.A. on Spotify. our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  5. Aug 19,  · Blue Gardens sees London-via-Liverpool producer E.M.M.A add a feminine, almost "purple" twist to the dark, dread-infused bpm bass canon .
  6. Buy Jahovia by E.m.m.a feat. Rebel MC on Bleep. Available on Vinyl LP. London producer E.m.m.a. graces Dusk & Blackdown’s Keysound for some candyfloss synth stylings with single ‘Jahovia’, taken from her massive ‘Blue Gardens’ EP.
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  8. Blue Gardens, an album by E.M.M.A. on Spotify. our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  9. Jul 31,  · E.m.m.a.'s greatest success comes from how well she synthesizes her influences. You could point to a lot of signifiers on Blue Gardens, but none of them come unadulterated; instead they're all mashed together into a whole. Only the vocal track "Jahovia" feels hackneyed, but even that's backed up with an instrumental vivid enough to distract 4/5.

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