SOPHIE has been remembered in a new tribute by collaborator and friend, A.G. Cook.
Three months after the death of visionary experimental pop musician SOPHIE, the artist has been remembered in a post penned by PC Music founder and close friend, A.G. Cook.
In the tribute uploaded to his website, Cook said: "I’m still processing Sophie’s life... her nature, her work, her beauty. She was laser-focused and exceptionally intelligent, but also sensitive and perceptive. It didn’t matter whether we were talking about people or relationships or materials or music - she approached every topic with the love, care and intensity of someone who has truly lived.
"She was also constantly searching, making new discoveries and resculpting her worldview. She relished having bold opinions but was still eager to learn from other people, always asking questions and considering other points of view."
Cook goes on to describe meeting SOPHIE in 2013, hearing early demo versions of 'Lemonade', and speaks about both the artists' opposing production styles. He also speaks about their collaborative project 'QT', and his friendship with SOPHIE away from the studio.
You can read the tribute to SOPHIE here.
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