Maya Jane Coles announces new music from her alter ego Nocturnal Sunshine

By on March 2, 2015
Maya Jane Coles

Multi-award winning British-Japanese producer Maya Jane Coles is greeting 2015 with the debut album of her dark and dubby, bass-driven alter ego Nocturnal Sunshine.  

 

Photo Credit: Fiona Garden

 

Maya is plumbing new artistic depths—Nocturnal Sunshine exemplifying a deep commitment to her own expansive vision. From featuring her own vocals to being clad in artwork Maya created herself, Nocturnal Sunshine is something more of a cohesive artistic project than simply a record; it seems only too appropriate that the completely self-produced album be released on Maya’s own label, I/AM/ME.

 

Accompanied by a hypnotic video directed by The Fashtons, the driving, shuffling “Take Me There” will mark the first taste of Nocturnal Sunshine with a digital release on March 2nd.  A limited edition 12” version backed with the otherwise unavailable “Never Too Late” will be available on Record Store Day.

 

Vocal duties on the album include Maya herself on the chilling “It’s Alright”, whilst rising star Chelou features on the unsettling and addictive “Believe”. Argentina’s own Catnapp lends her vocal talents to the darkness of “The River”.

 

Though eminently dark and—at times—menacing, Nocturnal Sunshine is a heady journey steeped in dancefloor tradition; it is a fully realized undertaking that portrays another side of an artist who never shies away from progression.

 

 

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Tracklisting:

 

  1. Intro (Holding On)
  2. Believe ft. Chelou

3 It’s Alright

  1. Take Me There
  2. Drive
  3. Footsteps
  4. Down By The River
  5. Bass Bin
  6. Can’t Hide The Way I Feel
  7. Intergalactic
  8. Skipper
  9. Hotel

 

Nocturnal Sunshine releases ‘Nocturnal Sunshine’ through her own label I/AM/ME via Kobalt Label Services on May 25th

 

PREORDER HERE: http://smarturl.it/nocturnalsunshine

 

LISTEN TO ‘TAKE ME THERE’: http://smarturl.it/takemethere-stream

 

Hailed as the ‘queen of the underground’ by the likes of  Rolling Stone and the Wall Street Journal, Maya has braved the cover of over 20+ magazine covers and has almost 3 million followers on Soundcloud alone!

 

Maya’s self-produced debut album “Comfort” was released in 2013. It includes guest appearances by the likes of Tricky and Miss Kittin, and features the singles “Everything” ft Karin Park and “Burning Bright” ft Kim Ann Foxman.

 

Maya has remixed The XX, Massive Attack, Tricky, Little Dragon, Florence & The Machine, Bookashade, Rudimental, Gorrilaz, Bonobo, Ella Fitzgerald, and beyond…

 

Maya has released charting mix compilation albums for both DJ Kicks & fabric.

 

Maya’s festival credits include Fuji Rock, Glastonbury, Coachella, Roskilde, Sonar, Melt, Ultra, Awakenings, T in The Park, Tomorrowland, Balaton, and she has also performed at world-renowned clubs such as Panorama Bar, Womb, Trouw, Watergate, Fabric and showcase.

 

Maya brought her Maya Jane Coles & Friends night to clubs such as New York’s Verboten, Paris’ Showcase, Manchester’s Warehouse Project, and festivals like BPM (Mexico) & SW4 (UK).

 

Nicki’s Minaj’s “Truffle Butter” ft Lil Wayne & Drake is currently placed at 22 and rising on the Billboard Hot 100—placing in the top 10 in the Rap, Rhythmic, and R&B/Hip-Hop charts respectively.

 

Awards include ‘Staff Pick: Artist of the year’, “Best Producer’, “Best DJ”, “Best Compilation”, “Best Single”, “Best Remix”,  and “Best Underground Track” from a variety of media—Mixmag, DJ Mag, FACT, and SPIN, to name a few…

DaveHHM

Author: DaveHHM

Dave Luttrull: Owner/Editor in Chief of Hellhound Music. Star Wars nerd, Gamer, Destiny homer, blogger, writer and lover of all things music.

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