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Katie Dey

Australian singer/songwriter Katie Dey is known for her inventive, unconventionally arranged home-recorded pop tunes. She often twists and distorts her voice into an abrasive croak, lending an extra sense of fragility to her lyrics about fear and isolation. Her recordings, such as 2016's Flood Network and 2020's Mydata, have received acclaim from multiple websites and blogs, as well as fellow musicians like Frank Ocean and Japanese Breakfast. The Melbourne-based Dey had been playing various instruments since her preteen years, and eventually she posted some of her songs on her blog. One of these tracks caught the attention of Mat Cothran of Elvis Depressedly, who brought Dey's music to the attention of Warren Hildebrand (Foxes in Fiction), co-owner of Orchid Tapes. Dey had long been a fan of the label, so she jumped at the chance to work with them. She released a short album titled asdfasdf for free on her Bandcamp page in 2015, and when Orchid Tapes issued a cassette version, it sold out its first pressing in a day. She then signed to Joy Void for her second release, the full-length Flood Network, which was issued in August 2016. A collaborative album with indie electronic artist Devi McCallion called Some New Form of Life followed in late 2018 before she returned with Solipsisters, a solo album about making peace with the body, in 2019. Mydata, written about a long-distance online relationship, was released the following year, with Urdata, a set of Mydata remixes from the likes of Danny L. Harle, Baths, Devi McCallion (ex-Black Dresses), and others, arriving in 2021.
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