Watch Cyborg Pop Diva Chagall Use Wearable Technology to Make Live Music #MusicMonday
Chagall uses mi.mu gloves to alter her voice and construct astonishingly beautiful tracks live. Imogen Heap has been at this for awhile and even Ariana Grande has adopted mi.mu gloves, but Chagall produces her own tracks, and incorporates them as a fundamental part of the musical design. And she’s got style. – via CDM
Chagall is the new all-in-one DIY pop everything: powerhouse songwriter with earworm-making skills, vocalist with easy, relaxed power, and producer. There’s a team behind the AV show, but the songs are all her. That marks a departure from the way pop is most conventionally fabricated.
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