Sofie Letitre’s 5 Tracks of the Moment


Dutch singer-songwriter Sofie Letitre turned heads in 2012 when she released her debut album, Back Where We Come From. After contributing her musical skills to the Ladies Of The Lowlands collective, she embarked on a new artistic path with Thijs de Vlieger, from eclectic bass trio Noisia, and band colleague Ferdy van der Singel. The fruit of their collaboration can be heard in the deep bass track “Bare,” the lead single from her upcoming Uncanny Valley EP. It’s the perfect moody yin to the yang of “Slip,” a stark, moody gem which is available for free download.

A rising talent with a fresh sound who is blessed with an emotive voice that’ll send chills down your spine, we checked in with Letitre and asked her to share five songs that are currently rocking her world.

Sofie Letitre’s Uncanny Valley EP is released September 21 on Noisia’s Division Recordings featuring remixes by ZES, Thijs de Vliger, Think Twice, Infuze, MONO/POLY, Steelan and Jai Tee.

1. FKA Twigs – “Glass & Patron”
I’m so happy to live in a time where such experimental and really creative music like this can be so big in pop music. She is an icon!

2. James Blake – “200 Press”
Another big inspiration and big game-changer in my opinion. Also, I love almost everything that’s being released on the 1-800 Dinosaur label.

3. Moody Good feat. Eryn Allen Kane – “Musicbx”
These guys are such a discovery for me. Bass music for life!

4. Sofie Letitre – “Bare”
My first official single and video! I am very proud of it.

5. Two Fingers – “Adrians Rhythm”
This track has such great energy and is also released on my label, Division Recordings.

Image by Laura Andalou

Darren Ressler

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