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Julia Holter – “Moni Mon Amie” (video)

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Wednesday, Mar 28, 2012
by PopMatters Staff
Ekstasis is one of the most unusual and unprecedented indie pop albums to come along in quite awhile

Earlier this month in reviewing Ekstasis, PopMatters’ Robert Alford said “Julia Holter makes a powerful case for the value of challenging her listeners while remaining within the conventions of pop.” Today you can check out Holter’s latest single and the video for “Moni Mon Amie”. And you will want too because as Alford says, “the reward that her music offers is substantial, as Ekstasis is one of the most unusual and unprecedented indie pop albums to come along in quite awhile.”


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