On one level, this debut album from Berlin-based singer/songwriter Dillon is a curious choice of release for BPitch Control, a label better known for its dancefloor-flavoured output. Yet in many ways, it makes perfect sense. Dillon's songs and vocal style suggest indie - or, at least, the out-there oddness of Kate Bush - yet This Science Kills is not a straight-up indie album. Sure, her sound is sharply focused on both her distinctive voice and loose, freeform piano playing, but the production boasts enough interesting electronic touches and low-end pulses to prick the ears of all but the most militant techno heads (see the leftfield dancefloor pomp of closer "Abrupt Clarity").
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