Imani Coppola

The Black And White Album

Like Robyn, Imani Coppola almost hit avant-pop success in the mid-’90s and, like Robyn, didn’t stop self-releasing stuff when the hits never came. Her re-emergence with Mike Patton’s Peeping Tom supergroup prompted the release of her latest album on his label and her sleek bubblefunk-metal-hop doesn’t stay still, or sane, from start to end.

7 / 10

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