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5 Tracks That Inspired Sensu

Swiss electronica artist Sensu has released a new EP. In this special edition, she shares five tracks that inspired her creative process.

It's been a couple of weeks now since Swiss electronic music producer Sensu released her latest EP, Numéro LDN. Heavily influenced by the urban canyons of UK's capitol, the sound is as sleepless, urging, and ever-changing. Between the crumbling brick buildings and high-rising towers of steel and glass, Sensu's tracks are embodying the very essence of this city of 9 million people.

Sensu spent three months in London to record five new, fast-paced tracks. The influence of UK garage is obvious, however, her characteristic playfulness remains present throughout Numéro LDN.

Sensu's first appearence in Weekly5 dates back to February 2021 when she was featured with Drawn, a conventionalism-defying track that captured attention through its complex structure and intricate rhythm.

This year, Sensu was present with two contributions. First, with the utterly brilliant remix of Noti's hooked, later with the second single release from the EP, Both Sides, a collaboration with rapper Denyher.

Naturally, Sensu's single releases, Pink and Both Sides, caught much more attention than just by Weekly5. Influencial outlets like BBC Radio 1, Triple J, and DJ Mag praised the tracks.

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