I kind of heart the girltronica way of adressing musicmaking. Putting small fraction of samples in order, playing with beats and genres, weird toys and tiny voices. The method is playful, lo-fi and experimental. But also fragile.
From time to time this fragile thingy annoyes me, because it - on purpose that is - underacts the songstructures own limits and therefore have a tendency to end up broken and way to childish. On a bad sunday these tracks sounds like someone have robbed the musicians dollhouse and left the owner crying for warm milk and a little bleepy musical box song. This is the downside of this 'movement' and nothing devastating, but just a tendency I've been noticing while listening to this music from danish and other girltronic musicians. Judge for yourself.
Both girls are set to play at this years Roskilde Festival.