Logic1000 — AKA Sydney-born, Berlin-based DJ Samantha Poulter, who’s risen quickly after support from underground dance music icons like Four Tet and Caribou and ace remixes for the likes of Fever Ray, Glass Animals, Christine and the Queens, Flume, Orbital, and so many others — announces the March 22 release of her debut album Mother (Because Music).
Accompanying the announcement is the release of ‘Self To Blame’ a garage-inflected foray into vocal house that features the rising singer Kayla Blackmon.
Written in collaboration with her long-time creative partner Tom McAlister (Cop Envy, Big Ever), Mother is a crystallization of Logic1000’s unique marriage of the rich, chaotic sounds of mid-2000s mainstream R&B and the rhythmic tics and tricks of all of modern house music’s idiomatic corners. It revels in the thrill of creation, and serves as a love letter to house music and how it’s changed Logic1000’s life.
That creative verve was largely inspired by another big change in Poulter’s: new motherhood. Says Poulter: “I felt so much love and inspiration entering into motherhood that I just needed to create. I never thought I would be capable of something so powerful”.
- From Within
- Promises (Feat. Rochelle Jordan)
- Can’t Let Go
- Side By Side
- Self To Blame (Feat. Kayla Blackmon)
- Saint Rex
- All U Like
- Every Lil’ (Feat. DJ Plead and MJ Nebrada)
- Grown On Me