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Mikoh ‘La La Land’ : Dark and dramatic angles, all with tantric rhythms and angelic intuitions.

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“I wanted to let everyone know how I felt but it’s not as easy as it seems to express yourself.”

One note. One off-kilter angst. Digging deep. Into the void of personal depths. That’s what Mikoh brings to the light in ‘La La Land’. This track reflects the artist’s interpretation of social media’s impact on our online culture as well as our real lives.

The French-Canadian singer, songwriter and producer is inspired by acts like Grimes, The Weeknd, and Linkin Park. And as she creates hypnotizing sonic textures, shaped by a lifelong classical training in music, that said depth of finding that remaining hurt, resistance, and wonder from the emotions Mikoh set out to analyze – remarkably clicks with your listening vibe and empathy.

‘La la Land’ is Mikoh’s latest single from the ‘Strange Lullabies’ project which servile the dark and dramatic angles, all with tantric rhythms and angelic intuitions.

Heavy in core, we’d seen just an inkling of where Mikoh can reach with her musical ammunition.

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