Arca came up with BDSM headphones

Arca, best known for her work as a musician and producer for Björk, Kanye West, FKA twigs, and Frank Ocean, has discovered her own talent as a designer. In conjunction with premium shop Ssense, the artist has produced a clothing line.

Arca’s outfits are pricey. A waist bag, for example, can cost you $770. Nylon, dark gray “classic” zipper bags, and so on. 

However, there are many more remarkable appliances made by Arca. The maker has created BDSM-style headphones for the Fleet Ilya brand. As a precaution, the website warns that they are only sold “as an art item,” and that the producer is not liable for how the consumer uses them. The cost of the “art object” is $6450. The singer has already advertised the headphones on Instagram, highlighting how “casual” and “affordable” they are. He is well known for performing in BDSM clubs, click here to find out more about it.

More about Arca.

Arca, who is neither male nor female, neither DJ nor dancer, neither composer nor plagiarist, nor postmodern collage artist, always openly reveals all her secrets and explicit passions and passions, desires and attempts.

Arca’s real name is Alejandro Guersey, and she was born in Caracas, Venezuela. Her father was an investment banker, and when Guersey was three years old, the family relocated to Darien, Connecticut, before returning to Caracas when she was nine years old. She describes her childhood in Venezuela as being “in a bubble.” Her family lived in a gated community, where she received a private education and took piano lessons. She began writing songs under the pseudonym Nuuro at the age of 15 and quickly acquired recognition in her own country, where she was hailed by Venezuelan artists such as Los Amigos Invisibles.

She used to sing in English to employ gender-neutral phrases like “honey ” or “dear” back then. Alejandra, who identified as a woman, was unable to completely understand, let alone express, her sexual orientation: Caracas was not the safest location for a homosexual person.

“After all, I’ve already performed in Spanish and crafted love songs for women, which served as a wake-up call. As a result, I “canceled” the project. I felt as if I’d deceived myself “  recalls Nuuro.

Alejandro spent her entire youth on the computer, downloading unauthorized versions of music packages and collecting recordings from the Internet, and this is exactly how every current musician’s biography looks today.

She went to New York at the age of 17 and enrolled at the Tisch School of the Arts. Arka’s musical style was fully developed in New York.

“Arca “In Old Spanish, it meant “box”. This is a ceremonial container for holding jewelry or other expensive items, with an empty spot that can be filled with any melody or significance. It was critical to me that this word did not refer to anything that already exists, but rather to something that I may build “ – in an interview with i-D, she explains this.

Arka recalls how various TV programs were regularly interrupted by hours of live Hugo Chávez broadcasts. People leaned out the windows, indignantly beating pots and everything else they could get their hands on. According to Guersey, this cacophony shaped her understanding of music as a method of protest, and history itself influenced her approach toward her work.

“I don’t want to compel anyone to listen to my words. Instead of changing one space, I try to generate one” – she said.

Arca released her first mini-album, Baron Libre, in February 2012. Arka released two more mini-albums later that year: “Stretch 1” on April 19 and “Stretch 2” on August 6.

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