Produced by Natasha Kmeto. When you coming back, baby? When you coming back?
Natasha Kmeto - Inevitable Natasha Kmeto has been through a lot. Her head-turning debut album, Crisis, found her struggling to come to terms with her queer identity and dealing with a fraught relationship at the same time. The record brought the Portland artist attention and praise like she'd never seen before, which set the tone for positive changes in her life. But then, for unspecified reasons, Federal Prism never released her follow-up album, Inevitable.
Electronic producer Natasha Kmeto has described her new album Inevitable not as a conceptual project, but as a reflection of herself. Within the past year, she's spoken frankly about her coming out experience, a development in her sexual identity that has found its way into her music. Her awareness developed in large part on the dance floor, manifesting in a colossal yet loving environment that also served as a space for personal catharsis. Inevitable brings this catharsis to her listeners. Kmeto's vocals have always been a tool in the production of her past works, but they ring out.
Natasha Kmeto is a composer, producer, singer and performer from Portland, OR with releases on Dropping Gems and Federal Prism. Inevitable is a collection of slowly ripping cords, the underlying tension manifesting on tracks as if Kmeto must manage simmering emotions and can’t, or maybe won’t. I Thought You Had A Boyfriend" music video premiere via NPR. New band of the week via the guardian. We can’t recommend the album highly enough: lady sings the electro-blues. Read the full article here. Album out now on Dropping Gems.
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After Her Breakout Album, Natasha Kmeto Wants to Expand Even Further Beyond Niche Electronica. It’s somewhat surprising Kmeto is moving away from auteurism.