13 Songs, 1 Hour 1 Minute

EDITORS’ NOTES

Melbourne multi-instrumentalist Tash Sultana says a flow state is what happens when you’re so connected with what you’re doing that you actually become your art. On Sultana's debut album—written, produced, arranged and played all 15 instruments on—Sultana’s art is a lavish, organic melange of soul (“Cigarettes”), R&B (“Murder to the Mind”), reggae (“Mellow Marmalade”), folk (“Pink Moon”) and hip-hop, a sound recreated live using loop pedals. For years, Sultana's skills were honed busking on the streets of Melbourne, building a career with the determination heard in “Salvation”, a song about creating your own narrative: “I don’t need you for my own validation.”

EDITORS’ NOTES

Melbourne multi-instrumentalist Tash Sultana says a flow state is what happens when you’re so connected with what you’re doing that you actually become your art. On Sultana's debut album—written, produced, arranged and played all 15 instruments on—Sultana’s art is a lavish, organic melange of soul (“Cigarettes”), R&B (“Murder to the Mind”), reggae (“Mellow Marmalade”), folk (“Pink Moon”) and hip-hop, a sound recreated live using loop pedals. For years, Sultana's skills were honed busking on the streets of Melbourne, building a career with the determination heard in “Salvation”, a song about creating your own narrative: “I don’t need you for my own validation.”

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