Nadia Nair‘s instantly entrancing voice has unpredictable and masterful qualities, holding its own above simplistic instrumentals; an almost perfect homage to James Blake’s dystopic industrial approach to production amid gospel-influenced vocals.

Nair needs little to supplement her strong and commanding tone, and takes a lo-fi approach to ‘Something Something Something’, effortlessly playing with her melodies in a way that’s perfectly reassured and unfathomably recognisable. Deserving the same respect as ‘Hide and Seek’ by Imogen Heap, this track is an incredibly resonant offering from the Swedish singer.

Like her heritage (Swedish/Malaysian/Indian), Nair‘s style transcends prescriptive genre categorisation, and instead looks towards a more organic approach to songwriting which is both inclusive and refreshingly original.