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RELEASED – March 30th 2015
Since her last studio album "Highwire Poetry" in 2012, Karin has expanded
her raw talents even further from her original electro-pop persona down into
darker territories. New album 'Apocalypse Pop' delivers just that; gloriously
catchy rock-pop-synth tracks laced with deep personal lyrics.
"I don't want forgiveness there's no-one to blame, like a moth to a flame" 'Daemons'.
Karin seems to tell a story from start to finish. Every track feels like a
statement and she cleverly accompanies them with a magical combination of
sultry beats, buoyant drums, delicate piano, and dabbles with a touch of
With titles such as "Life is Just a Dream", "Shake WithThe Devil",
"Opium", and "Look What You've Done", the 'apocalypse' narrative is
present throughout. Each track boasts solo personality going from strength to
strength with every listen, teamed together they create a melodically brilliant
collaboration of Karin's effortless vocals and talent.
The individual and intimate nature of the tracks enables an instant connection
boldly exposing Karin's torments, "she was the breath of air you needed to
feel, whilst I was just the water on your wheel" - 'Stick to The Lie'. She
continues to use the sonic form to express her emotion and reflect her pain,
particularly in ‘Human Beings’, which was inspired by her partner’s battle
with cancer. Hypnotic top lines against an almost cinematic backdrop of dark
layered percussion and orchestral arrangement create a poignant landscape
and a real glimpse into her soul. “When the tears are running from your face,
I’ll put you out of your despair”. This track will also be the next single to be
released from the album, due to be released as a double A side along with the
seductive, basey-rock of "Life Is Just A Dream”, a track that embodies the
ferocious side of Karin’s persona with its visceral drums and an addictive
melody that lingers in your head long after listening.
Karin stands apart from other pop artists doing her music her way, the attitude
in her voice screams passion and drive yet she sings with an air of untroubled
content. Technically her edgy vibes shouldn't work as a pop artist and in so
many ways she isn't. But the relation between lyrics, vocals, and beats make
"Apocalypse Pop" undeniably addictive.
However it isn't solely Karin who makes this album a success. Her ability to
melt easily with other talent creates a recipe for magic as seen on track
"Hurricane", featuring renowned film maker and photographer Thomas
Knights, the exploration of emotive sound meanders down the alleyways of
deep dark dance.
Continuing to create songs that can be released aside of an album, Karin
flitters between genres throughout "Apocalypse Pop". We see a variation of
different themes, from dance-synth-vibes on "Whipped Cream", to
progressive, animalistic, bangra influences on "Hard Liquor Man’.
On "Let My Love Shine", it's Karin's vocals and lyrical partnership that
endeavor to carry the difference in tone from each track. Playfully
experimenting with steel drums it leaves you relaxed at the end of an
exclusive journey through Karin Park's mind.
"Let my love shine into the blackness of your eyes, at night when you wake up
and your heart is running wild, you'll be alright."
“Apocalypse Pop” will be released March 30th 2015.
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