I would love to see her at Coachella! She's amazing.
Swiss-born self-producing avant-garde singer-songwriter Aisha Devi Enz dusts off her Kate Wax persona and teams up with Border Community to unveil her long-awaited second album: a bold new collection of dark, unconventional vocally-exhilarating electronic post-pop going by the name of ‘Dust Collision’ – a reference to the experiments currently going on in Switzerland’s Large Hadron Collider, where her grandfather once worked.
Holed up in the sanctity of her tiny Geneva studio-cave during her baby-making sabbatical, Kate Wax set about transforming her dark internal turmoil into a coherent new musical universe, whose secrets are now opened up to the outside world with the unleashing of her own musical ‘Dust Collision’, expanding to reveal her own magically realistic cosmology of witches, demons, dreams and ghosts. The raw feminine power and expressive versatility of her soprano-trained voice is pushed in every possible direction across the emotional spectrum, at times modulated as if it were a favourite synth in Kate Wax’s ultimate act of communion with the machine, and firmly underpinned by her delicately-balanced, finely-honed and perfectly-pitched minimal synth auto-production aesthetic.