Evita Manji releases debut album ‘Spandrel?’

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Evita Manji has released their debut album ‘Spandrel?’ via Berlin label PAN.

The Greek-born artist has worked collaborated with the likes of Rainy Miller, Palmistry, Cecile Believe and more on the album.

Manji has also chosen that ‘Spandrel?’ will raise money towards Greek wildlife fund ANIMA.

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Manji uses their raw vocals as well as a contemporary club sound, baroque pop, and experimental sound design throughout the album to portray themes of tragedy, romance, and poetry flowing throughout.

According to a press statement, the album name refers to “features of an organism that aren’t developments for survival, and seemingly possess no obvious purpose.”

Last year, they performs at festivals including Unsound, Lunchmeat, and Rhizom representing the SHAPE+ platform as well as in clubs from Berlin to London.

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Also in 2022, they launched their own platform myxoxym, where they debuted two singles from the album Eyes/Not Enough’ and ‘Oil/Too Much’.

Get your hands on the debut album from Evita Manji here and check it out below.

Becky Buckle is Mixmag’s Video and Editorial Assistant, follow her on Twitter

Written by: Tim Hopkins

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