It looks like Maya Jane Coles is setting herself up to have quite the 2013, finishing out a banner 2012 (she just cracked the top 20 on Resident Advisor’s Top DJ poll for the second year running) with a four-track EP by the name of Easier To Hide, which Coles is releasing on her own label I Am Me as well as handling all aspects of its release including the artwork. As you can hear on the stream below the EP sees Coles’ vocals get more of a spotlight than on records past, which seems like it’s going to be the case on her upcoming full-length as well coming sometime next year.
Easier To Hide is out on December 16th via I Am Me
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