Pitchfork Review on Primavera


Most Likely to Confuse Anxious Ravers: Eva Geist:

“I really wish she would play something faster,” moaned a woman in a British accent, her face pained as she shifted back and forth. “She’s Italian,” explained her boyfriend, as if that explained everything. The culprit was Berlin’s Eva Geist, who was at the moment entrancing the beachside Desperados stage—well, except for a desperate few—with a slow, slippery take on coldwave techno touched up with acid and faintly arabesque melodies. It was a mysterious sound and a fine fit for the hour after sunset, a neat way of washing away the daytime vibes and wading into the penumbra. –Philip Sherburne

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