'There's an enormous sense of drama, of conflict in Kubalove's music . . . supreme, noirish R&B' Clash Magazine

 

"Serpentines through the worlds of straight-up pop and sultry industrial malice” The Line of Best Fit

 

"Kubalove may well be the missing link between Goldfrapp and M83. You have been warned" The VPME

 

"The epitomy of dark, dense and seductive electropop' The Unsigned Guide

 

“A red-hot statement of intent" Art Felicis

                                                                 

"Packed full of aggression and sultry charisma” 24Our Music

 

“You might just find a new favourite artist in the form of Kubalove" We Close Tonight

 

An innovative solo chanteuse whose strong and sensual dancefloor electro is a template for memorable streamlined pop hooks, Kubalove, AKA Anna Jackson, began her musical apprenticeship with select London acts dabbling in styles from post-rock to indie-electro.

 

Her first forays into solo work culminated in the singles ‘Dangerous’ and ‘All I Want’, the latter, which was chosen for Richer Sounds’ Unsigned Playlist in collaboration with Q magazine, was accompanied by a video directed by LA-based Susie Francis (Bob Dylan, Cut Copy, Tame Impala).

 

The authority and immediacy of Kubalove’s sound, which comes on like a mash-up of Grimes and Santigold, or Chvrches crossed with Goldfrapp, has led to it being used for several advertising campaigns, online videos and theme tunes. Having honed her art on stage and in studios, Kubalove’s explosive new material is now set to provide the application of spark to fuse in her nailed-on commercial upsurge.