Check out lead track 'Growing Up With Muscle Cars'...

HAAi is set to release new EP 'Motorik Voodoo Bush Doof Musik' on July 5th.

The Australian-born, London-based selector has watched her profile rocket over the past 12 months, with a residency at South London club Phonox providing a platform for her eclectic sets.

Eager to sit outwith the norm, HAAi pilfers from club culture's environs while also introducing non-electronic forms into her sets.

New EP 'Motorik Voodoo Bush Doof Musik' arrives on July 5th, and it features live drums from Savages' Fay Milton.

She explains:

"This EP was made after I realised that what inspired me most was to combine my love of electronic music with the music I enjoy outside of the club. I decided to collaborate with friends from a couple of my favourite bands, including Fay Milton (Savages) who provides live drums on 'Motorik Bush Doof Musik' and Taigen Kawabe (Bo Ningen) who performs on 'I Never Cared That Much For Jungle'. For me, having live instrumentation on the EP adds an extra depth to the tracks and has given me a vision of how to I’d like future releases to sound."

New song 'Growing Up With Muscle Cars' is online now, and it's pirouetting electronics is matched to crunching, almost industrial percussion, and layered ambient elements.

The song "is an homage to my step dad who repairs and restores old muscle cars. He also used to take me to the drags in my hometown when I was little. We would push the race cars out onto the track. Some of my favourite memz as a lil kid."

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