Lolina explores sound collages on new album, Fast Fashion





Weaving together a fractured tapestry of sound.

Lolina — aka Inga Copeland — has released a new album called Fast Fashion, via Deathbomb Arc.

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Moving between improvisation and composition, Fast Fashion sees Lolina create a liminal sound collage through discarded vocal takes, phone recordings, jokes, and a recording of a Mark Ronson TED Talk.

Fast Fashion reveals a process by which one thing can be changed into another,” explains the label.

It follows Lolina’s Live in Geneva album, in 2019.

Purchase a copy of Fast Fashion here, and check out the artwork and tracklist below.


1. Looking for a Charger but Only Works on Batteries
2. Mark Ronson’s TED Talk Intro (Using Computer Remix)
3. Advisor
4. A Really Spectacular Situation
5. Fast Fashion

Photo by: Dawid Laskowski