Showing posts with label FKA Twigs. Show all posts
Showing posts with label FKA Twigs. Show all posts

Thursday 10 September 2015

FKA Twigs Covers Sia's Elastic Heart @ Live Lounge

FKA Twigs' catalouge has been on heavy rotation again since her latest EP M3LL155X dropped last month.

With such a sonically cohesive sound, I was intrigued to hear how she'd handle the distinctly pop sounding Elastic Heart, which she chose to cover for Radio 1's Live Lounge. No surprise, she ably pulled the song into her world with spacious, brooding production, delicate vocals and a little bit of performance art. Basically, she FKA Twigs-ed it.

Anyone expecting a karaoke rendition, look elsewhere. This one ain't for you. Maybe try Ella Eyre's take.

Thursday 13 August 2015

FKA Twigs Releases Stunning Visual Ep "M3LL155X"

FKA twigs has just dropped her new EP M3LL155X (note: it should be read as "Melissa").

Thursday 15 January 2015

FKA Twigs Mesmerises With "Pendulum" Visuals

FKA Twigs continues to explore her creativity with not only her musical output, but her stunning visuals too. In the self-directed video for new single Pendulum, watch as the Diva quite literally becomes a physical manifestation of the song title, being held in stasis by her hair.

Wednesday 31 December 2014

[Countdown] DD's Top 5 Albums of 2014

As we show our bare behinds to what was a pretty uneventful year in music, let me share with you all my Top 5 albums of the 2014.

Wednesday 5 November 2014

FKA Twigs Gifts Magical Performance of "Two Weeks" To The Tonight Show

The more live performances I watch of this Diva, the more I fall in love with her. And the rendition of Two Weeks she brought to The Tonight Show did nothing to buck this trend.

With two pieces of cloth and a rabble of fans (of the wind generating kind), FKA Twigs gave a simple but effective show that had my eyes glued to the screen from the get go. I'd like to imagine that the two wafting pieces of material were the physical representation of the sexually charged lyrics, but who knows, I may be reading too much into it. Either way, mien ears and eyes thoroughly enjoyed it.