On her single "Youth Blood," Josefine Jinder confesses to possessing a "late-night thirst." But gratification has been anything but immediate for the self-described electronica girl who grew up listening to Art of Noise and Aphex Twin. Her early recordings amounted to diffident mimicry, the vocals buried in a morass of production effects. And it wasn't until Jinder quit school at 17 and left Sweden to pursue formal musical training in England that she gained the confidence to stake out her own territory. "On my first EP, you can hear that I'm delicate with doing things. I was experimental but in a totally shy way," she says. "In England, I wasn't scared about making music anymore." Released by Brooklyn-based label... More >>>