As I have said many times before, language isn’t a barrier when it comes to music. Proof of that is found in Spaß Allein, the opening track of Sugartin’s EP of the same name. As it struts around, a fantastic blend of old school cabaret vibes and futuristic synths, sort of like the Kit Kat Club had Christopher Isherwood been around to write about it in 2053, you realise that it doesn’t matter what is being said (I’m British and hence the laziest of linguists, sorry) it is still an absolute joy.

Summer Rain floats and drifts around in an ambient haze, and Fragile is an incredible, spacious yet beat drive sliced of chilled dance music—three very different tracks from one exceptional band. Make sure you keep an eye on them; they are going to be big, and big very soon.

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