Jinka debuts with powerful psychoactive pop substance ‘Trash From The Past’

We don’t have a debut like that every week. Jinka arrives with ‘Trash From The Past’, an addictive and agitated pop track and video that should hook all the music junkies in an instant.

Jinka is a Transylvanian producer now based in the Western part of Berlin. Her studio could be described as a laboratory and if you played her debut track ‘Trash From the Past’, you already know why. The single starts with a typical Kelly Clarkson-infused pattern but quickly, the artist dares to introduce sick and crazy synths that sound like the kind of mess that you leave in a flat after a huge (after-)party with friends. Jinka‘s debut sounds like distortion, techno-pop, carelessness, surrealism and vision in a world where pop music often tends to be too polished and conventional. It should be fun, unexpected and explosive and we are sure that Jinka got this. It is also useless to detail why the Mario Clement-directed video is a perfect fit. It is different, beautifully creepy and creatively strange.

Jinka‘s ‘Trash From The Past’ is different, beautifully creepy and creatively strange.

Speaking about this single, Jinka explained:

At the beginning of the song, ‘Trash From The Past’ might make you feel like you’re attending a Formula 1 race, while there’s seagulls fighting over a piece of hot dog right next to you, but if your ears are sonically hardened and you get past this initial phase of irritation, I hope that the listener becomes intrigued by the power of its punkesque binary stop-and-go structure, the catchiness of its joyful melodies and the comforting message that the ability to forget is a strange skill facilitating the pursuit of happiness.

You should definetely keep it up with Jinka because there’s more to come! Connect with her via Facebook, Youtube, Twitter and Soundcloud.

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