Manhattan-raised lo-fi musician Gabrielle Smith used the name Eskimeaux, a tribute to her Tlingit heritage, in 2007 on her behalf solo output. An associate from the Epoch, a Brooklyn arts collective that’s included Florist and Told Slant, amongst others, she has often collaborated with these and various other musicians both on the highway and on documenting tasks. Eskimeaux’s early produces — 2008’s iglu tracks and 2010’s Question EP, I Am Spiral, and Ixsixán — had been eclectic, sometimes acoustic but mainly electronic sound explorations that ultimately gave way towards the experimental indie folk of Two Mountains, released in 2011. An eponymous LP implemented a year afterwards, with a assortment of demos entitled Igluenza showing up in 2013. Merging synths, results, guitars, and drums, her bouncier and even more organised O.K. surfaced in 2015. Released on Increase Increase Whammy and resembling the audio of her regular collaborator Frankie Cosmos (alias of songwriter Greta Kline), 2016’s 12 months from the Rabbit doubled down on the catchy, introspective lo-fi.