EMA readies The Future's Void for Matador

EMA’s The Future’s Void hits the streets on April 8 via Matador Records.  The follow up to her acclaimed 2011 LP, Past Life Martyred Saints, The Future’s Void was written by Erika M. Anderson, recorded in Portland, Oregon, and produced by Erika and Leif Shackelford.
EMA recently told NME that the album was influenced by, among other things, NiN demos, the heavier side of early K Records, and William Gibson’s Neuromancer, and that the album deals with the digital commodification of our online lives.
Here is the recent debut of the “Satellites” music video, at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DvV1eYRKRNY.
It’s a D.I.Y. affair from EMA which uses tech effects that she says are either “primitive or sophisticated, depending on your point of view”.  This is coupled with an interactive “nightmare media” cube on her website, featuring a slow-motion fake-plant fetish and the only footage on the internet that shows the true nature of cats.