Australian producer Tina Says has proven her talent with a powerfully electronic new single Limbo.

Showing evolution and refinement in her production, the Perth artist uses a subtle acid synth pattern and wobbling bass to create moody undertones and a late-night feel. For her new record it has been made with jazz and R&B singer, songwriter Jeremy Beamish whose captivating, soulful voice further amplifies the dark and gritty qualities in her production.

Tina explains ‘Jeremy sent his vocals which were originally intended for another track; however, I didn’t think it gave his vocals justice, so I wrote Limbo. I experimented with external instruments, which is how I got the bass line. The song reflects a level of moodiness, but still danceable,’ she said.

Tina says that she has gone from strength to strength-exceeding expectations of fans with her dynamic house sound. Her recent single Elevate caught the attention of music station triple j and various blogs locally and internationally including Earmilk, Pilerats, Purple Sneakers, and Stoney Roads.

Tina has created her own online video mix series titled Body Control that supports local talent by streaming live sets from emerging Perth electronic artists at various venues around the city. The well-known and respected Perth artist, DJ and producer says she had the pleasure of supporting Fatboy Slim for his Perth show at the end of last year.

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