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Functioning as a musical sponge from an early age, Charlotte Adigery has done it all, from long defunct teen bands to vocal sessions for friends-gone-dance-producers. With WWWater (because what is a sponge without water?) she finally soaks it all in and unleashes her own musical waves upon the world, dipping in bits and pieces of her eclectic taste. "Solange Knowles fronting US synth rock duo Zombi with a thick glaze of mid-1980s Minneapolis" says The Wire, Skinny puts it as "gentle, brutal music that viciously defies classification" and "best experienced in the flesh" according to The Independent - backed up live by Bolis Pupul (DEEWEE) on keys and Steve Slingeneyer on drums (of Soulwax fame), WWWater reaches a boiling point on stage.

"One of our favorite artists right now." - Lauren Laverne

"Solange fronting US synth rock duo Zombi with a glaze of mid-1980s Minneapolis" - The Wire

"Utterly charming minimal-electro." - NME

"Channeling the breathy, intense vocal style of FKA twigs, 'WWWater' shows Charlotte Adigery to be as hard-hitting as she is soulful, a multi-faceted beast." - DIY Magazine

"Gentle, brutal music that viciously defies classification" - Skinny

"A project rooted in personal experience and built on stunning songs" - The Line Of Best Fit

"Best experienced in the flesh." - The Independent

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