"The young Parisian-in-London producer-singer-songwriter Zilla shares the label boss’s fascination with musique concrete—her rhythms are built from found sounds, making them both familiar and startlingly alien—and creates indie R&B a billion times fresher and more engaging than the legions of
wafty Weeknd copyists floating around the place"
Sounds like nothing else I’ve ever heard"
“I think it’s phenomenal"
Huw Stephens, BBC
“Pretty special and a little bit unusual...lovely stuff"
Lauren Laverne, BBC
“Melodic surrealism...the visuals, and they're every bit as dazzling as the music itself”
“Intoxicating...Her three singles to date certainly indicate an artist who is resolutely sticking to her own path”
“A punchy, hook-laden pop track in the vein of Kelis...playful and effortless pop”
The Line of Best Fit “Song of the Day”
“An immediately arresting piece of music … Both tracks follow a similar pattern, with mechanical percussion underpinning controlled but difficult to grasp melodic elements – all created with non-musical sounds, like drilling, a bunch of oyster shells and an electric toothbrush – pulled together and softened by Zilla’s vocals'
“Over pop melodies and a tenebrous beat, the songwriter explores this unknown person living in her subconscious”
“Intriguing alt-pop destined for big things”
M Magazine “Featured Artist”
“It bounce, it stomps, it bubbles and it imprints itself on your mind’s ear immediately”The 405
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