Back in July I got to see Kashka at Raw Sugar Cafe.
Now I got time to review this album before the summer ends!
For those that aren’t aware, Kashka is Kat Burns (formerly of Forest City Lovers) newest project.
It is a departure from the indie folk pop music and with the help of James Bunton (Ohbijou).
Both have made 9 tracks (a bonus track if you buy from Bandcamp) of fun pop electronica dancefloor music.
When a act takes a different direction in their music.
It tends to be a backlash.
I am not giving Kat Burns’ project Kashka a backlash.
Definitely embracing it since a musician needs to evolve their musical craft.
I am enjoying Kashka’s debut Vichada.
Not to drop names on acts that venture into it and done really well.
What I love about Vichada that it’s enjoyable and gets you dancing all over the place.
Parts of the album has that 1980s inspired synth pop feel with tracks in Prestige and LLanos.
Salmon Arms gets you into a electronica booty shaking shuffle.
While Winter Light has that dreamy pop like sound, feels like you walking through the nice white cold winter snow.
You should definitely give a listen to Vichada.
- This Machine
- Through The Trees
- Winter Light
- Beautiful Distraction