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Kim Gordon- ECRP

Kim Gordon- ECRP

Kim Gordon, indie rock legend and co-founder of Sonic Youth, continues her experimental journey with her new single “ECRP.” This track, though not included in her recent album The Collective, seamlessly aligns with its sound, featuring aggressive beats that feel both surprising and fitting for Gordon’s evolving style.

“ECRP” is a testament to Gordon’s ability to push boundaries while staying true to her artistic roots. The song’s industrial rawness is perfectly captured in the accompanying video directed by her daughter, Coco Gordon Moore. The video juxtaposes New York street scenes with the track’s disorienting narrative, where Gordon intones “rumours of free speech” and “ashes on the nightstand.”

Gordon’s journey from the early days of Sonic Youth to her solo ventures has been marked by a relentless pursuit of new sounds. The Collective, released in March via Matador Records, saw Gordon collaborating with producer Justin Raisen, creating a blend of dub and trap with her intuitive word collages. The new single “ECRP” further cements her as the most intriguing post-Sonic Youth artist, offering a sound that’s compelling and likely to resonate with her long-term fans.

The Collective’s singles, “BYE BYE,” “I’m a Man,” and “Psychedelic Orgasm,” set the stage for “ECRP,” showcasing Gordon’s continued relevance in the music world. With a unique blend of experimental electronic music and her distinct voice, “ECRP” promises to captivate listeners and solidify Gordon’s legacy.

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