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Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith's music is hard to pin down and leaves you in an amazed and disorientated state. Acoustic instruments sound like electronic ones, synthetic sounds embody nature and human voices sound like they are created by machines. Though ambient and modern new age circles have embraced Smith’s catalog, her new album 'Let's Turn It Into Sound' favors a more baroque and robust form of avant-pop. Across vibrant and visceral songs, Smith engages an inner community with awe and curiosity, expressing a feeling that words alone cannot. The music bursts with vertiginous vocal harmonies and detailed sound design, forming a truly unique sonic vision, illustrated further by her use of a motion-capture suit for the record's visuals.