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It's pretty hard to carry on Stereogum business as usual on the day that Amrit Singh, the guy who brought me to the site and one of my favorite people, announces his departure. Like, I'm sure, a lot of readers, I've got complicated feelings here: Happy for Amrit, sorry to see him go, looking… More »

By: Tom Breihan / August 16, 2013

Anika – “In The City” Video

Earlier this year you may have heard journalist-turned-songstress Anika's cover of Chromatics' "In The City" for her Geoff Barrow produced EP on Stones Throw. It was a fantastic cover, and now it has been given a truly bizarre music video. Depicting a rather unorthodox wedding ceremony, we watch as suitor after suitor line-up to… More »

By: Miles Bowe / August 14, 2013

Anika – “Love Buzz” (Shocking Blue Cover)

Last we heard from Anika, she was adding seedy elements to Chromatics' "In The City" for her self-titled EP. The collection is mostly covers, including her take on the Crystals' "He Hit Me" and, this, Shocking Blue's bass-heavy "Love Buzz." Anika has been playing the drone-y version of the song live for a while,… More »

By: Claire Lobenfeld / April 1, 2013

Anika – “In The City” (Chromatics Cover)

Anika's follows up her 2011 self-titled debut with an eponymous EP and its first single is a cover of Chromatics' "In The City." On it Anika takes her brand of post-punk/no wave and rubs it all over the song. Add a little bit of her throaty, polished Nico cooing and synths that sound gleaned from… More »

By: Claire Lobenfeld / February 11, 2013

Bear In Heaven – “Sinful Nature (Anika With BestMate Remix)”

Here's a remix of Bear In Heaven's "Sinful Nature" composed by multi-instrumentalist/political journalist/cratedigger Anika and BestMate, where they've reshaped the track into a sky-buzzing jam fit for a thriller set in the future. Download it below. More »

By: Corban Goble / April 25, 2012

Anika – “No One’s There”

Multi-instrumentalist/political journalist/cratedigger Anika DJ'd our 2011 SXSW collaboration with Sacred Bones. In the recap, I mentioned hoping she'd come back and actually play at some point: Her self-titled debut's a dark dub/no wave/punk-inflected, electro-shrouded collection that plods and fucks with time and iced Nico-isms in compellingly distant, engaged ways. It was produced by… More »

By: brandon / July 11, 2011