Girl

by Cuushe

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After three years of silence since the release of her captivating debut album Red Rocket Telepathy, contemporary Japanese dream-pop singer, Cuushe is back with a gorgeous new set of breath-taking materials.

In this masterfully produced new EP, entitled girl / you know that I am here / but the dream , the multi-talented Cuushe once again carefully crafted 3 songs that were sonically constructed to illustrate beautiful dreamscapes with her feathery voices, floating electronic sounds, and heart-melting dream pop melodies. Cuushe's amazing voices are always been associated with fascinating words like ”dreamy lilts” ,”gentle whispers” ,“air-ish transparent”, and more prominently: ”achingly beautiful”. In this beautiful collection of dream-pop songs, Cuushe again used her voices as the main instrument to wrap those exquisite synthesizer sounds, elegant strokes of piano and edgy guitar chords, and float them altogether into the air, with layers of vocals and reverb of noises. This amazing soundscape will euphorically transport you to the other side of the never ending dream, where you always wanted to be.

In addition to that, several top-notch artists have enjoyed Cuushe's new sounds so much, that they have came together to make an amazing collection of remixes for this EP.
The very talented Teen Daze, Botany and Blackbird Blackbird masterfully rebuilt her songs into toe-tapping synth-pop masterpieces and chill-wave hits. Polish beatmaker Kixnare added massive bass. On the other hand, Julia Holter made a rare remix using Cuushe ' s sounds material in a gorgeous sound-art way. Motion Sickness of Time Travel , who produced the amazing collage for Cuushe's album artwork, also did a fantastic remix by creating psychedelic, dreamy, ambient sounds with her wonderful voice. If you have enjoyed Cuushe's debut album, you will find yourself difficult to take this EP off from your player. - wei yuen (mu-nest)


A truly compelling, highly recommended project. - No Fear Of Pop

equally dainty, Cuushe’s elfin coo recalling Liz Fraser, backed by some Boards of Canada-style synth freakiness -Beard Rock

an incredibly beautiful dream pop piece...With its gorgeous array of delicate synth sounds blending seamlessly with the gentle, airy vocal coos, this track could lull even the most insomniatic person to sleep -Hearing Gold

a gorgeous and smooth masterfully-produced affair, whilst containing a crackling warmth and rawness - literally crackling in places. - The 405

These songs are ridiculously easy to become lost in, and if one is looking to be transported to a different place for 15 minutes, those songs are the perfect package -Shout4Music

gorgeously lush and pulsing...with it’s floating vocals, and heavenly ascension -their bated breath

pretty special...snuggles in somewhere betwen Bjork and Sigur Ros, with it’s ethereal nature and complexity of harmony. -crack in the road

The Tokyo songstress takes us on a little journey through old family footages that evokes a feeling of nostalgia and complements the dreamy, languid soundscape of the song -Music For The Masses

dreamy sonic territory...like diving into a giant bowl of uncooked meringue -sniplondon

lot to love in the happy dream pop zone between spartan minimalism and chilly effects slabs. - International Tapes

her voice and dreamy sleep-inducing (hey the clues in the song titles don’t forget) musings prove illuminating. - God is in the tv

sonically constructed to illustrate beautiful dreamscapes with her feathery voices, floating electronic sounds, and heart-melting dream pop melodies - The Couch Sessions

Gorgeous pop filtered through a daydream - Bowlegs Music

Cuushe’s dream-pop slides gracefully into my ears and shuffles me in between daydream states. - Pasta Primavera

The multi-talented Cuushe songs illustrate beautiful dreamscapes with her feathery voices, floating electronic sounds, and heart-melting dream pop melodies. - Fame Magazine

these are the chillwave tunes that should be soundtracking a hazy summertime. Now all we need is the sun - Amelia's Magazine

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released 22 August 2012
all songs written and produced by Cuushe
mix & treatment by aus
mastering by Miles Whittaker (aka Demdike Stare / Pendle Coven)
artwork by Rachel Evans
(Motion Sickness Of Time Travel / Quiet Evenings)

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