Tag Archive: Zola Jesus

[WATCH] ZOLA JESUS: ‘Seekir’

Zola Jesus has released a video for ‘Seekir’, the latest dark-synthpop single from last year’s impressive LP Conatus. In the clip, directed by Sacred Bones filmmaker Jacqueline Castel, Nika Roza Danilova finds herself in a druidic dance party seemingly taking place in the centre of a sphere of blinding white light. The minimal, otherworldly imagery fits the song …

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[WATCH] EL-P & ZOLA JESUS on CONAN

Following last month’s killer Letterman appearance, El-P brought another terrific Cancer For Cure song and surprise guest to Conan last night. Performing ‘Works Every Time’, the Brooklyn rapper/producer was joined on stage by Zola Jesus – not to mention a full band plus Conan’s horn section – and they delivered a magnificently huge noise-rap rendition of the …

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[Listen] DAVID LYNCH remixes ZOLA JESUS + Read Nika Roza Danilova’s thoughts on the track

Zola Jesus, aka Nika Roza Danilova, is not a fan of remixes, turning down the many requests she receives to remake her tracks. Until now. “I feel like reinterpreting something can remove its context,” she told Pitchfork this week. “But when David Lynch asks to remix your song, you let him.” Lynch has drastically revamped her gorgeous Conatus track ‘In …

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[Watch] ZOLA JESUS: ‘Vessel’ (Live on ‘In My Room’)

Yours Truly and MTV Hive have joined forces to create the online music series In My Room, and this week they invited Niki Danilova aka Zola Jesus for an intimate performance of her Conatus single ‘Vessel’. Zola Jesus is one of the more interesting discoveries of 2011 for me: an icy-goth-siren who makes the mystical posing of Florence + the Machine and …

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[Stream] New M83 album: ‘Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming’

Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming, the new double LP from French electronic/dream pop act M83, is due for release October 18th but you can have an advanced listen now courtesy of Urban Outfitters. On first listen it sounds great and I can’t wait to catch them at next year’s Laneway festival in Auckland. Produced by Justin …

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