4 Songs, 15 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

On her third EP, the mesmerizing singer/producer inches toward pop. Lauded as one of indie electronica’s most adventurous voices, Amber Bain layers distorted vocals over expansive soundscapes for a sound that’s both soothing and skewed. This release, while a step toward classic pop, maintains Bain’s outsider edge. “It’s rather depressive,” she told Zane Lowe about “Good Side In,” the lead single. “I love pop music but I also like weird music. A blend of the two is a perfect thing.”

EDITORS’ NOTES

On her third EP, the mesmerizing singer/producer inches toward pop. Lauded as one of indie electronica’s most adventurous voices, Amber Bain layers distorted vocals over expansive soundscapes for a sound that’s both soothing and skewed. This release, while a step toward classic pop, maintains Bain’s outsider edge. “It’s rather depressive,” she told Zane Lowe about “Good Side In,” the lead single. “I love pop music but I also like weird music. A blend of the two is a perfect thing.”

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