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Hear Maria Minerva’s Lo-Fi Gloom-Disco EP ‘Sacred & Profane Love’

Experience the latest from up-and-coming dance label 100% Silk

christopherschultz // November 16, 2011

Lo-fi avant-diva Maria Minerva is a twentysomething Estonian student making home-brewed disco jams that walk that uneasy line between blissed-out haze and Yoko-style atonality. She’s already released three EPs for Not Not Fun and the wooze-label’s decidedly bent dance music imprint 100% Silk, and now SPIN brings you the fourth, the Sacred & Profane Love EP. The most dance-centric of the lot, Sacred is a dizzy pile-up of layed vocals, enveloping drones and glassy-eyed microdisco. Do a little dance, get downer tonight: