Logic1000 announces debut album with new single, ‘Self To Blame’

Logic1000 announces debut album Mother with Self To Blame

Berlin-based electronic producer Logic1000 has announced her debut album, Mother, alongside a new single, ‘Self To Blame’.

The Australian-born artist, also known by her real name Samantha Poulter, has been actively releasing under the moniker since 2018, when her self-titled EP marked the end of her previous guise as DJ Logic.

On her latest offering, the progressive approach to house music on display is a glorious demonstration of how far Poulter has come in half a decade, showcasing a knack for crafting future dancefloor anthems.

The track propels itself on a driving rhythm with a bouncy bassline and organ stabs, giving off a certain ethereal quality to the sound, which Blackmon delivers her soulful vocal hooks over the top of.

Her music has always had a collaborative aspect to it, either between herself and her partner, Tom McAlister (who co-wrote ‘Self To Blame’), or with featured artists coming in to contribute to her work, with Kayla Blackmon providing vocals on this particular cut.

The album, which arrives on 22nd March through Because Music and her own imprint Therapy, takes direct inspiration from her own experience of becoming a mother during the pandemic, and navigating being an artist on the rise while raising her daughter.

‘Self To Blame’ lands as the second single from the record, following the recent release of ‘Grown On Me’, and comes ahead of a headline set at The Cause alongside TAAHLIAH and Shampain in support of Medical Aid for Palestinians.

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