Destructive Interference is a sonic experience like no other by Inki aka Ingibjörg Friðriksdóttir. The Icelandic singer comes in strong with her experimental arrangement of sounds. She blends an Avant-garde atmosphere with electronic music and gives us a pop number. The track is a realm we have never heard before but themes sure are familiar. Destructive interference feels like a song between a pair of lovers who seem to have reached a destructive pattern.
The track feels as though the instrumentals are close but her voice is far. Inki’s voice seems intentionally faint but loud enough to float above the backing to be heard. The melody is hauntingly beautiful, she blends in a variety of sounds and atmospheres, weaving together a tapestry that is entirely new in texture. This is only possible because of expert production that demands precision, unlike any other number. Inki’s ability to blend avant-pop elements with a haunting atmosphere is truly impressive as well. The lyrics are thought-provoking and add depth to the track’s ominous vibe. She touches on themes of self-destruction and internal conflict.
This would be the perfect song for the making of Bellatrix Lestrange from Harry Potter. You can hear this playing in the background as a young Bellatrix Lestrange gathers her life experiences. Inki has the ability to create a sense of tension and unease making it the perfect song for her. Inki is unlike any music artist you have ever seen or heard before. She creates a soundscape, unlike anything you’ve heard before while also collecting a new set of listeners. You must listen to what she has to offer to the music industry and get wowed yourself.