LOGIC1000 SHARES VIDEO FOR NEW TRACK ‘GROWN ON ME’, FIRST NEW MUSIC SINCE MARCH 2022
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The Observer ‘One To Watch
“A rallying cry to the dancefloor in the midst of chaos”
Watch the video for ‘Grown On Me’ here:
Logic1000, the alias of Berlin-based producer Samantha Poulter has today shared her first new music since March 2022 in the form of the emotive warmth of ‘Grown On Me’.
Speaking of the track Poulter says:
“its been way too long since releasing something new so this is a special moment for me. ever since tom (big ever) and i wrote ‘grown on me’ the vocal has been stuck in my head, and the lyric has a very special, private meaning to me, that in fact came after choosing the sample. this song was written (and now released) during a transformative period of my life. i hope it uplifts you the way writing it uplifted me”
Following her most recent EP, 2021’s In The Sweetness Of You and last year’s followup double a-side ‘Can’t Stop Thinking About / Rush‘, Logic1000 has long been on the rise. She’s been praised with a ‘One To Watch‘ feature from The Observer, a Dazed Mix, a cover feature from Mixmag, a Resident Advisor Podcast, a Radio 1 Essential Mix, a spot on the NME 100 as well as rave reviews, widespread radio play across the board and being appointed a Radio 1 ‘Future Artist‘. Previously she’s been named one of Mixmag‘s ‘DJ’s of the Year‘ and featured in end of year lists from Resident Advisor and the The Vinyl Factory. Last year she capped all this off with performances at Primavera, Field Day and Coachella as well as a four night residency at London‘s Phonox.
With a bigger project on the horizon she returns now with a sense of purpose and vitality that’s stronger than it’s ever been, her steady rise ready to catch fire.
Photo credit: Claryn ChongHigh-res images can be found here.
Praise for Logic1000:
The Observer ‘One To Watch“A rallying cry to the dancefloor in the midst of chaos”
“Wonderful […] Another level”
“Logic1000’s mixes ruled 2021”
“Each track with its unique personality, as if capturing snapshots of a long night on the dance floor”
The Vinyl Factory
“There is no genre or mood that Poulter can’t turn her hand to”
“Undislodgable. A real find”
Sunday Times ‘Breaking Act’
‘One To Watch’ DJ Mag
“An exuberant, unrelenting surge of digital flavours”
“One of our favourite dance singles of the year”
Beats Per Minute