Boska‘s Shesick EP comes in as the first official release on Trax Couture of 2016 and while the London-based outfit’s World Series is over for the time being, it’s clear that label boss Rushmore has not slowed down one bit in his mission to bring in a wide array of international talent. Currently residing in Berlin, Boska’s combination of prickly rhythms and earworm quality melodies has had us excited for a good while and Shesick far exceeds even those expectations. A previous collaboration with MA Nguzu and 2015’s Cascades EP (on Balsa Wood) saw the producer experimenting with sparse club-focused constructions and natural sound palettes, Shesick comes off as a much more full-fledged effort as tracks like “Glass Limb” and “Shesick” escape the bounds of their influences and become something else entirely. “Glass Limb”, which we have on premiere today, is especially impressive, starting off with slithering laser sounds seemingly reverberating out of a well before entering a second phase of brass-y grandiosity and clanging metal noises. Shesick is highly recommended and is out today on TC. Get it here.