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There’s a certain immediacy to the work of Marina Herlop. The Catalan singer, composer and classically trained pianist – who released her third album Pripyat via PAN just last week – draws listeners into her world through a cross-stitch of evocative vocal techniques, instrumentation and, more recently, the embrace of electronic elements. It makes for stunning music that reveals Herlop’s inquisitive nature just as much as it showcases her stunning voice.
Speaking on her Sunday Mix, which features music by Naomi Akimoto, Bulgarian State Television Female Choir, Svitlana Nianio and more, Herlop says: “I’m not sure if there’s some musical common ground wrapping this heterogeneous compilation of tracks, except for the fact that they all feel haunting and of extremely good quality to my ears – and hopefully to yours, too. I think they are all imperishable.”
Sunday Mix: Marina Herlop
Sunday Mix: Marina Herlop
There’s a certain immediacy to the work of Marina Herlop. The Catalan singer, composer and classically trained pianist – who released her third album Pripyat via PAN just last week – draws listeners into her world through a cross-stitch of evocative vocal techniques, instrumentation and, more recently, the embrace of electronic elements. It makes for stunning music that reveals Herlop’s inquisitive nature just as much as it showcases her stunning voice.
Speaking on her Sunday Mix, which features music by Naomi Akimoto, Bulgarian State Television Female Choir, Svitlana Nianio and more, Herlop says: “I’m not sure if there’s some musical common ground wrapping this heterogeneous compilation of tracks, except for the fact that they all feel haunting and of extremely good quality to my ears – and hopefully to yours, too. I think they are all imperishable.”

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