Monday September 28, 2020

Album reviews: Kesha, Smoke Fairies and Isobel Campbell

Kesha returns to her roots, delivering a kaleidscopic take on post-modern pop

Nadine O’Regan

Arts Editor and Columnist

@nadineoregan
2nd February, 2020
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Kesha has returned to her roots, delivering a kaleidscopic take on post-modern pop, blending smutty and thoughtful lyrics with hooky, genre-bending choruses

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Kesha

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