“…sings with the sweetness of St Vincent and weaves a Trent Reznor-worthy web of electronics.”
– Under The Radar Magazine

“… electrifying lightning rod of a woman.” – Coilhouse Magazine

Kim Boekbinder is a performer, composer, musician, and visual artist who defies genre. She has travelled the world, stealing hearts and changing paradigms with her indelible live performance and her unforgettable music.


The Sky is Calling (2013), produced by Joel Hamilton (The Black Keys, Tom Waits, Pretty Lights) she is getting ready to launch into the stratosphere. Upcoming music videos and a collaboration with NASA and astronomer Phil Plait are infusing her art with depth of knowledge.

The Impossible Girl (2010), was produced by Sean Slade (Radiohead, Dresden Dolls,) and engineer Benny Grotto. The 18 song album cannot be categorized in one genre. Each song is a world of it’s own, and as a collection the songs are held together by the voice of an artist who pushes beyond the boundaries of classification to carve out a new space in the musical world.


Ephemeral Songs (ongoing), single songs released for short periods of time. The songs bloom and fade like all ephemera.

The Infinite Minute (2015) 169 song album of one minute songs. One song for for every $100 paid for the album.

I Have Your Heart (2012) – animated short film made with Molly Crabapple and Jim Batt.

Awake The Day – The Secret Knots (2011), a song and webcomic made in collaboration with award winning web comic creator, Juan Santapau.

Such Great Heights (2011), 7″ record collaboration with Amanda Palmer.


Artists on the Internet (for Medium.com – 2014) a series of essays and interviews about art, money, and the internet.