Tamaryn – Cranekiss


Synth heavy dream pop and attitude laden chords are what New Zealand born Tamaryn has traded in since her debut back in 2008, and on new album Cranekiss she takes all she has learned and blends it in to a deliciously addictive R’n’B tracks of cascading glitter, lusting beats and guazy confidence. Title track Cranekiss is an immediately infectious lush whoozeathon, abstract and shifting, first single Hands All Over Me full of disco beats, whilst Softcore samples female orgasms. Multifaceted and textured, it glistens and storms with sensuous abandon and is proof that Tamaryn’s longevity is well deserved.

Out August 28th on Mexican Summer.

Published by Francesca Baker

Passionate about music, the world, exploring, literature and smiling. Writing, marketing and events for all my favourite things.

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