'Deep End'

Iraina Mancini is blending the old with the new to find her own distinctive voice.

The London based crate digger holds down a pivotal show on Soho Radio, digging into the 60s underground while reflecting a modern outlook.

Her single 'Shotgun' landed last year and became a breakout moment, with 6Music's Lauren Laverne becoming a prominent champion.

Developing a partnership with Jagz Kooner - known for his work with Primal Scream and Andrew Weatherall - the pair patch together an array of sonic influences into an enticing digital mosaic.

New single 'Deep End' is a eagerly awaited follow up, and it patches together ye ye elements with a 21st century feel to deliver something ultra chic.

Reminiscent of David Holmes' work on the Killing Eve soundtrack, it's a retro-futuristic thriller, one indebted to French pioneers such as France Gall.

Shimmering garage rock with a pop twist, it comes equipped with a stellar video, produced by Neon Peach Films.

The incredible 60s and 70s influenced styling comes from Hazy Dayz Vintage, a portal into Iraina's world.

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