The New York Times has a glowing review of Alex Lilly's debut LP 2% Milk. Writes the paper, "Lilly delivers structural and emotional complexity with deceptive nonchalance." It continues, giving readers a sense of why Alex Lilly is so exceptional. "Lilly’s songs are full of musicianly gamesmanship," The Times says. "They’re synth-pop built around a decidedly human protagonist; they use hopscotching melody lines, shifty meters, subtly intricate counterpoint and spongy, unconventional synthesizer tones. But Lilly isn’t just showing off. Her convolutions also tell stories."
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