Tujiko Noriko has one of the most intriguingly inviting voices on the planet. Unintentionally adorable and profoundly sincere, Noriko‘s voice may be the answer to all known atrocities. From beginning to end, Blurred In My Mirror goes above and beyond the experimental pop accessibility often grouped with the likes of Björk, baring the soul of an artist coming into her own. With intimate lyrics in both Japanese and English, these songs are universally appealing, regardless of gender or creed. Between the weaving of choppy vocal patterns with sporadic fits of fuzz, this discordant masterpiece may, quite possibly, save our souls.