Thursday, May 26

Mitski paints a contrast-filled picture of love.

Mitski serves a stylish blend of eighties pastiche and human darkness.

Mitski continues to explore new expressions on his recent album.

Mitski Miyawaki is an artist who seems to take a step further with each album. From the wonderful rattle pop on “Bury me at Makeout Creek” to the elaborate ballad on the critics’ favorite “Be the cowboy”, she has proven to be a strong, searching voice on the periphery of the pop world. Eventually also in its center.

On her recent album “Laurel hell”, she uses well-known brushes to paint a contrast-filled picture of love.

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