Nina Kraviz has announced a new EP that will come out towards the end of the month. The three track EP, stranno stranno. Neobjatno will be released on Kraviz’s label трип. In addition to the EP, she has shared the music video for EP track “I Want You.”

The three track projects features stripped back techno offerings by the Russian. The first single is “I Want You,” which you can watch in the music video below.

stranno stranno. Neobjatno will be released later this month on July 22. See the complete tracklist below. This is her first solo EP since 2018’s TRP ADE 2018 PT2 and Pochuvstvui in 2017

01. Dream Machine 
02. I Want You 
03. Stranno Neobjatno

Below you can listen to the Ghetto Acid Mix of ‘Feel My Butterfly’, her collaboration with Parris Mitchell which is out now via Riva Starr’s Snatch! RAW imprint as part of a collaboration with Dance Mania.

Both last year and this year is truly Nina’s. The bigger the stage the more fearless her selection; and the further away she has moved from the standard template of drops and builds the deeper she has explored what she calls ‘the continuum’ of electronic music. For anyone who hasn’t heard her play live, her 2017 Essential Mix is a good starting-point: an intense, primal exercise in everything that defines Nina the DJ (follow up with her b2b session with Mumdance at Unsound for Rinse FM for a taste of her astonishing range). Meanwhile, her ‘Pochuvstvui’ EP on Trip perfectly represents her evolution as a producer.

Born in the town of Irkutsk in Siberia, where huge Communist-era tower blocks loom over picturesque wooden houses built by 19th century political exiles banished there by the Tsar and temperatures can reach -35C in the winter and 35C in summer, Nina grew up in a family that held music in high regard. She was surrounded her father’s collection of rock, jazz, pop music and of course disco, sounds that are all still close to her heart. Moving through a range of professions, including studying medicine and working as a dentist, she also started DJing (rare groove, disco, funk and 70s soundtracks, with the acid techno that underpins so much of her music to this day becoming an increasing influence) and released a mix CD in 2006 called ‘Hi-Brow Dance’ (“disco with acid, classic stuff. Lots of different types of disco.”)