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Malfunction - HK119 - HK119 (CD, Album)

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  1. HK is the debut, eponymous solo album from Finnish multimedia artist and singer-songwriter Heidi Kilpeläinen, performing under her alter ego HKThe album was released through One Little Indian Records on 20 February in the United Kingdom.. The album was a collection of Kilpeläinen's home-made 8-track (multitrack) digital recordings, she composed especially for her MA degree course Genre: Electro, lo-fi, electronica.
  2. HK – HK 17 track CD album. HK, aka Heidi Kilpelainen, is a multimedia artist who incorporates performance, dance, art, stage design, video and music into her work. Heidi was famously selected by Björk in Q Magazine as her favourite artist of and signed to One Little Indian soon after.
  3. HK was signed to Björk's parent label, One Little Indian Records, which released HK's first single "Pick Me Up" in November , followed by her eponymous debut album in February The HK album was a collection of the songs Kilpeläinen had produced as part of her degree, and was notable for its considerably lo-fi, electro sound.
  4. HK / Malfunction, live at kiasma museum of contemporary art HK / NIP / TUK. HK / Mind. HK / Live at Hoxton Bar & Grill, HK / IMAGINATURE Album, you can listen to it HERE Read HK / IMAGINATURE Dazed & Confused album Interview HERE.
  5. Explore releases from HK at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from HK at the Discogs Marketplace.
  6. Feb 20,  · HK would play the vampishalien seductress who tried to claw his eyes out before he blows her upwith a laser gun, of course. Okay, back to the album. Opening with what sounds like a botchedspace announcement and a computer’s modem connecting itself to theinternet, it segues into a understated funk number about a lady “havinga friend for.
  7. Implicated Heidi Kilpeläinen Implicated. Exhibition at Beaconsfield Gallery 10 February – 10 April, Arch Space Wednesday – Sunday 11am – 5pm.
  8. It also didn’t help that her other albums have been long affairs – clocking in at 16 and 17 tracks respectively. For Imaginature, there are just 11 tracks, which makes for a far more manageable affair. This new, more compact approach has paid dividends: Imaginature is HK’s most pure ‘pop’ album .

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