Last fall, KANGA’s Eternal Daughter EP served up a dreamy, hypnotic six-course meal of industrial pop exquisiteness. Between dance-hall destroyers like “Control” and the harsher rhythms of tracks like “Cocaine,” the sonic landscapes are rich, layered, and a trip to listen to. To read my full thoughts on the work, read my review here.
After appearances at Cold Waves Festival and Terminus Festival, synthpop icon Gary Numan personally chose KANGA to support him on his UK leg of the (R)evolution 40th Anniversary tour. Such an endorsement, along with her impressive track record to date, led to KANGA signing with Artoffact Records, and their first order of business was reissuing Eternal Daughter with three additional songs, bringing the EP to nine tracks and roughly 32 minutes in length.
The expanded EP is available now on Bandcamp, though the platform has announced a second Artists Day coming this Friday, May 1st, on which Bandcamp will waive their cut of any sales, allowing for the artists to reap more of the profits during these uncertain times. So normally, I would suggest getting this EP as soon as humanly possible, but I will instead recommend waiting until Friday, in the interest of supporting independent artists.