Ambient-electronic-pop artist, Kitzl releases new and unusual single

Producer and composer Kitzl has released ‘Wizard Girls’ as part of her album 40 Moons That We Know Of (April 2019), mastered by Michael F...


Producer and composer Kitzl has released ‘Wizard Girls’ as part of her album 40 Moons That We Know Of (April 2019), mastered by Michael Fong.

Hailing from Guelph, near Toronto, Kitzl began writing and recording music as a teen, drawn to electronic music production as a means to explore ambient and soundtrack music. A humane glow envelops the track, rendering quixotic sketches into tangible, hook-heavy electro-pop - beautifully conceived and executed. There is a fearless, uninhibited confidence to Kitzl’s work, a delightful whimsy which takes her already-arresting sound and expands it to widescreen.

Kitzl’s previous work has been well received, with her music video for Armadilla getting special attention. She draws inspiration from artists such as  Baths, M.I.A and Phosphorescent. With influences such as these, we can’t wait to see what she comes up with if she chooses to do a video for this single.

“I thought we looked like magical alien queens and ambassadors from a Star Trek-meets-Rayman cartoon or something.” - Kitzl on the fashion show that pushed her to write the single.

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