If you obliterated a music box with a wood chipper then reassembled it into a cracked but basically accurate shadow simulacrum of its former self, one that sounded a bit messed up and could only play for a few moments before it had to stop and take a rest, you would have a serviceable but clichéd description of Stina Thomas’s music. She, a woman-Korg-laptop matrix, composes sound art, ambient IDM, lush arrangements, pretty glitch and chunky beats on a round-robin basis. You’d have to be a mix between Handel and Pikachu not to be surprised by her. Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.