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Loraine James

Loraine James
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™Loraine James (born 18 December 1995) is a British electronic producer and musician. In 2017, she self-released "Detail" before signing with electronic music record label Hyperdub. In 2019, her Hyperdub-released debut album "For You and I" received significant attention and topped end-of-year lists in publications including The Quietus and DJ Mag, where it was named Favourite Album of the Year. The following year, James released two EPs; "Hmm" in July followed by "Nothing" in October, a four-track EP featuring a cadre of international vocalists such as Uruguayan singer Lila Tirando a Violeta, Iranian-born rapper Tardast, and HTRK's Jonnine Standish. In early 2021, she remotely collaborated with Dominican performance artist and dancer Isabel Lewis for CTM's 2021 virtual edition. Her second album, "Reflection", was conceived during the COVID-19 lockdown after she had quit her teaching job to focus on music. Released in June 2021, the experimental album encompasses a variety of genres and was lauded by critics. In February 2022, James announced that she had adopted the moniker Whatever the Weather and that an eponymous album would be released in April 2022. The lead single "17°C" and its accompanying music video were previewed. The following month, she released a collaborative EP with TSVI, titled "053". Her third release of the year, James' album "Building Something Beautiful for Me" was released on 7 October 2022. It is an homage to American composer Julius Eastman and is inspired by a mix of his unreleased and previously available works.
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