Grimes: gets your attention, sometimes going overboard
Claire Boucher’s 2012 album Visions is sometimes wrongly called her debut, because hardly anyone heard the two records before it. Full of kaleidoscopic jewels of avant-pop greatness (including the Eircom ad soundtrack Oblivion), it was a joy from start to finish. In the gap between that record and this, Boucher scrapped an entire album because it sounded “too depressing” – and, a little predictably, Art Angels feels like a grab for some mainstream action.

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