“With Rose Gold, Kitty is in Charge of Her Own Destiny”
by Bryan Rolli (The Daily Dot)
This week’s end marks the return of Kitty with her new album Rose Gold, and as has been the case throughout her entire career, it’s filled with curious creative risks steps beyond that which her peers are currently making.
a revelation in a sea of mind numbing top 40 and repetitive indie trends.
perfectly stilted and strained, a continuing struggle of digital transmissions over the course of its duration that remains perfectly modern while harkening back to the 808s & Heartbreak era
a big mood of forward-thinking electronic-pop that exists in the form of singularity that it does because Kitty has been able to free herself from the limitations of industry expectations