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.
'One of the UKs most iconoclastic auteurs of sound' — THE GUARDIAN
'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
'The radical freedom of Klein is a wonder to behold' — RESIDENT ADVISOR
'Her music veers from piano-laden solos to punk pop guitars and bass drops, backed by persistent rhythmic that’s positively hypnotic' — NATIVE