Posts Tagged ‘CHINAH’

March 12, 2017

We’ve been long time fans of Danish outfit CHINAH and their sensual seductive brand of R&B inflected synthpop, so we welcomed their new EP, Hints, with abundant glee. Alongside a heap of songs we’ve already extolled, their seven track sophomore record also includes a supple intoxicating new gem named If I Stay. CHINAH takes our breaths away once again with an ethereal and limber form of pop on the trio’s gently surging beauty. Fragments of tender WET, breathy FKA Twigs, plush Shura, and guitar swelling Ben Khan encircle one another on CHINAH’s immensely inebriating treat. Hints can be streamed in full on Soundcloud. It’s available for purchase from iTunes. If I Stay can also be streamed off Soundcloud below.  

February 1, 2017

MOOSIQ MOSAIC : 01.30.2017

Feature Selections – January 30th, 2017

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January 31, 2017

A silky smooth, sensual shimmering cascade of R&B grooving synthpop takes us to great heights of euphoria on Even Love, the latest from Danish trio CHINAH. A fusion of Wet with Shura goes funky luscious on the luxuriant and decadent confection. Even Love is a dichotomy of emotions, its snappy beat vibrant and rosy but its lyrics and vocals are aching and longing. This song is a treasure trove of contrasting auras and effects to glean from.

October 4, 2016

MOOSIQ MOSAIC : 09.29.2016 – 09.30.2016

Featured music – September 29-30, 2016

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September 30, 2016

This lustrous shimmering, sensual grooving tune may be named “Can’t Remember How It Feels”, but it’s bursting at the seams with luscious euphoric, seductive flickering “feels”. Can’t Remember How It Feels is Danish trio CHINAH’s latest heart quickening slice of flushed glimmering R&B accented synthpop. It’s decadent and luxuriant, sumptuous and delectable, undoubtedly one of the band’s best and most addictive tunes to date. If you’ve yet to get on CHINAH’s music despite our constant praise, and you happen to love WET, Shura, and Jessie Ware, you’d better get caught up, now.  Check out more of CHINAH’s music over at Soundcloud.

April 5, 2016

Danish trio CHINAH has been regaling us and delighting our senses with their minimalist electronic pop for some time now. Their soft and atmospheric, graceful and ethereal beauty Minds gets a huge infusion of eye opening energy on a beautiful limber remix by Portland based Hawaiian native Ark Patrol. Minds takes splendorous flight on the buoyantly elastic, pulse quickening burst of flickering chill trap and future bass euphoria. Download the sweet jam for free, here.

February 9, 2016

I’m feeling rather warm and cozy from CHINAH’s Colder, the Danish trio’s fresh tune. Colder is a spellbinding swathe of minimalist electronica and R&B pop, its sleek groove and tranquil ambiance at a divine equilibrium filled with grace, elegance, and seduction. London Grammar sparseness meets WET plasticity on the intoxicating gem. Colder comes from CHINAH’s new EP, Once The Lights Are On, out February 11th. 

November 13, 2015

Come tomorrow, a bevy of fantastic EPs drop, including the latest from Danish electronic producer Tomas Barfod. Off Glory comes an entrancing beauty named Fill Me, which features divine vocals by Fine from recently buzzing Danish trio CHINAH. Fill Me is an esoteric gem. It percolates as much as it’s fluid, all the while brimming with somber contemplation and hypnotizing with an ethereal haze.

November 7, 2015

CHINAH’s minimalist electronic pop has been enrapturing me for some months now, but they’ve never been more dreamily entrancing and blissfully soothing than on new single Minds. The Danish trio’s soft and atmospheric production ambles gracefully, gliding alongside ethereal vocals that remind me of Shura. The emotive sensuality of Minds also evoke WET. Considering my love of both Shura and WET, I’d say CHINAH has hit the bulls eye with this glistening gem. I can’t help but feel like I’m floating away in its beautifully foggy atmosphere.

October 29, 2015

Danish minimalist electropop act CHINAH’s Away From Me goes ecstatically deep house on a remix by new Toronto based production act Gramercy, who makes a strong impression with his very first track. The supple beauty of the original is taken to new levels of lusciously springing exultation by Gramercy. His gorgeously uplifting remix has already received great responses so far from Pete Tong, A-Trak, and Sander Van Doorn, who played it on their radio shows.