Her music releases, films and performances have established her as a singular voice who uses disjunctive experimentalism to create a sensory world that melds popular reference points with personal associations.
'Lifetime is marked by aesthetic and personal conflict, and while it doesn’t uncover easy resolution, its beauty (and it is a remarkably beautiful record) derives in large part from the acceptance, or even embrace, of those conflicts as what generates a lifetime’s meaning.'— PITCHFORK
'Klein’s motivation for the record is deeply original, a fascinating example of what can happen when you shun precedent and subvert expectations. The result is truly compelling.' — THE QUIETUS
Klein doesn't need lyrics or conventional songwriting to get her feelings across, because she understands the power of these non-musical sounds and the associations they bring up, the feelings they could trigger. In her hands, every kind of sound can become music in itself.' — RESIDENT ADVISOR