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2010 has certainly been the year that 23 year old Maya Jane Coles announced herself as one of the most talented up and coming artists in electronic
In the years preceding a steady output of techy cuts on labels such as Dogmatik and 1trax simmered away catching the attention of cluded up heads and
savy A R people alike. It was her debut EP on Franck Roger’s Real Tone though that ignited the fire of hype and boosted her profile on the global
stage receiving heavy support from the house techno elite. Aside from being hammered repeatedly on the worlds most happening dance floors ‘What
They Say’ reached the number 1 spot on across the board; Beatport Deep House Chart No. 1, Tarxsource top download Resident Advisors most charted
tracks for October. It’s safe to say the release won the hearts and heads of fans and critics a like and a landmark year was topped off with a
nomination for Best Breakthrough Producer nomination in the DJ Mag Best of British awards.
Not one to fall victim to the pitfalls of being one of the scenes ‘buzz names’, Maya has built on her flourishing reputation with a slew of gigs
across Europe holding her own alongside world renounced DJs. So much so her schedule for 2011 is already jam packed with dates across Europe;
London’s Fabric, Batofar, Watergate, not to mention iconic Glastonbury Festival, just a few of the destinations.
Maya’s productions take’s influence from a diverse range of musical styles and British – Japanese heritage. Her talents are by no means confided
to realms of house and techno. Under the guise of her live dub/electronica outfit, ‘She Is Danger (alongside the multi-instrumentalist/singer Lena
Cullen) she has remixed the likes of Massive Attack and Gorillaz and fans of her Dubstep Product under the name Noctural Sunshine include key
tastemakers, Joy Orbison and Sucba to name a few.
As well as her trademark bass heavy approach Maya’s diversity as a producer also shines through in productions under her own name as well. Climbing
high in Beatport’s ‘Chillout’ top 100 tracks from her stunning ‘Humming Bird’ EP on Hypercolour showcase her blissful vocals and ability to
songs and not just music for the dance floor. Forthcoming EPs on Anja Schneider’s Mobilee Records and for a number highly anticipated exclusives
will no doubt elevate her status even further.
A bright talent with more than a couple of strings to her bow Maya Jane Coles is only just getting started.
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This is the European premiere of Comfort, the debut album by house star Maja Jane Coles. For some, it may be surprising that this is only
her debut, her presence within dance music since 2010 and that DJ Mag best newcomer gong been that pervasive. In a relatively short time she’s been
on the cover of a score of magazines, clocked up highly rated releases on—and this is not an exhaustive list—Hypercolour, 20/20 Vision, Mobilee
and Dogmatik, become an unavoidable presence on the global DJ circuit and presided over one of the best instalments of DJ Kicks in the longrunning
series. This isn’t hyperbole, this is just the facts. Comfort, then, doesn’t exactly arrive unburdened by the weight of anticipation, but hell, if
Coles was sweating it, it doesn’t show here.
Recorded in her home studio, with Coles playing every instrument herself, the result is workably low key—she even designed the sleeve herself (who
knew she was a polymath?). Of course, there was a roll call of guests lining up to feature, and Karin Park, Kim Ann Foxman and Miss Kittin make the
cut. It kind of wants you to post the record through every letterbox of commissioning editor who still gets legwork out of condescending women in
dance music features. Of course, there are countless acclaimed dance music producers who never master the LP format, time to see if MJC is one of
01 – Comfort
02 – Easier To Hide
03 – Burning Bright feat. Kim Ann Foxman
04 – Dreamer
05 – Blame feat. Nadine Shah
06 – Stranger
07 – Everything feat. Karin Park
08 – Fall From Grace feat. Catherine Pockson Of Alpines
09 – Wait For You feat. Tricky
10 – When I’m In Love feat. Thomas Knights
11 – Take A Ride feat. Miss Kittin
12 – Come Home