Logic1000 continues her hot streak with new single ‘Perfume’

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In a year absolutely full of them for her, Sydney-born, Berlin-based producer LOGIC1000 has made another big move with the release of a brand new single. Titled ‘Perfume’, this single is the first of a forthcoming AA-side, ‘Perfume/Blossom’, out next month via Because Music/Caroline Australia.

If you happened to listen to Caribou‘s Essential Mix on BBC Radio 1 earlier this year, ‘Perfume’ might sound familiar given the man himself Dan Snaith included it in his tracklisting. Months later, Logic1000 has finally gifted us its own release and we cannot get enough. Combining club-ready beats with soulful vocals, it’s another impressive cut from the rising producer. Following on from three exceptional remixes for Christine & The Queens, Lapsley and Don ToliverLogic1000 continues her fine form of crafting atmospheric but club-focused cuts that will make you move just as much as they’ll make you feel. Further exploring her love of finding undiscovered samples and getting the absolute best out of them with the sonic world she creates, her music remains genreless and emotion-driven — exactly how we like it.

On the release, Logic1000 said, “Perfume is actually a finessed version of the very first Logic track ever made…I actually lost the original session so we recreated it from scratch. It was so fun and I’m super happy with how refined it is compared to the original.”

With her new AA-side out September 25th, we can probably expect to keep hearing more and more from Logic1000 as she builds upon the exciting foundation she laid with her acclaimed debut EP. And when it sounds this damn good, there are certainly no complaints from us at the prospect of this! Listen to ‘Perfume’ below and buy/stream here:

Words by Emma Jones
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