Editors’ Notes FKA Twigs is a wisp of a young British woman with very big musical ideas. On her first EP, EP1, Twigs’ vision of experimental R&B-electronica emerged. She made clear that she'd be working outside the lines of the budding genre, with her music taking elusive shapes and paths in lieu of easy melodies or dance rhythms. Her videos are as provocative as her music and lyrics; the latter are sometimes blurred in murky edits or effects, lending the British singer an air of dark and mysterious seductress or willing victim. On EP2, she sharpens her already pointed nails and rations her faint breaths and vocal utterances as if each is her penultimate offering, with woozy pitch-shifting and spaces so open and charged they're suffocating in their weight. Beguiling loops of shimmering percussion, odd injections of witchy chill, disembodied whispers, and mechanical clicks and whirs fill the four tracks here. Yet each song is undeniably sensual, distinctly memorable and unique. The drifting, ephemeral “How’s That” is infiltrated with Pong-like effects that start and end abruptly, as if accidentally edited in.