White Poppy may be the single task of Crystal Dorval, a Vancouver-based musician and multimedia artist who describes her music as “therapeutic pop.” Her warm, calming tunes feature multiple levels of ethereal vocals bathed in acoustic guitar fuzz, and so are frequently grounded by tough drum machine beats. Dorval originally started creating music in ’09 2009 beneath the name MY PAL Wallis, an Afro-pop-influenced indie pop task where she performed ukulele, electric guitar, bass, and percussion, and was sometimes joined up with by percussionist Danny Costello and bassist Kristian North. The task released several EPs and divide 7″s before finishing in 2012. Dorval debuted the Light Poppy moniker in 2012 using the discharge of two cassettes (Melody per day on Canadian label Green Burrito and I PUT a Wish on Los Angeles-based Not really Not really Fun), aswell as the one-sided 7″ one “Mirage Guy” on Vancouver-based Kingfisher Bluez. All three produces were documented by Dorval in the home, and highlighted hiss-covered wish pop songs inspired by Krautrock and shoegaze. In 2013, cassette label Constellation Tatsu released Drifters Silver, Light Poppy’s dreamiest, spaciest discharge yet. Afterwards in the entire year, Not really Not really Fun released Light Poppy’s self-titled full-length, that was her initial professionally blended and mastered documenting aswell as her most sonically ambitious function to date. The next calendar year, Dorval collaborated with Not really Not really Fun labelmate Samantha Cup for the self-titled tape as Dorval & Devereaux, released by American label Moon Glyph. Dorval spent nine a few months recording another White Poppy record by herself within a farm situated on Vancouver Isle. The mainly instrumental Organic Phenomena premiered by Not really Not really Fun in the first summer months of 2015.