LOGIC1000 Shares New Track ‘Medium’

“It’s become quite apparent in the past year or so that Berlin-based, Sydney-bred DJ and producer Logic1000 can do no wrong.” – Double J

“Logic1000 wins 2020.” – Triple J

“Logic1000 is proving to be one of Australia’s strongest house exports, it’s only a matter of time before she’s headlining our favourite festivals.” – Purple Sneakers

“You’ve Got The Whole Night To Go should start the new year off just right.” – NME

 “‘I Won’t Forget’ simply erupts out of the speakers.” – CLASH

 “Euphoria-fuelled.” – Mixmag 

“A woman that a lot of people are super excited about in the world of dance music.”  Annie Mac 

“Pleasantly intoxicating.” – PAPER

Following previous hits PerfumeBlossom and lead EP single I Won’t Forget, Sydney born, Berlin based producer Logic1000 (aka Samantha Poulter) is back today with her latest release, Medium. The track arrives just one week away from her highly anticipated second EP, ‘You’ve Got The Whole Night To Go’, out January 22nd via her own label Therapy.

Premiered on Zane Lowe’s Apple Music show, Medium is imbued with movement and life abound, taking us one step deeper into the club-ready universe of Logic1000. Driven by pulsating beats and layered melodies, the latest release continues to position Logic1000 as one of the most innovative and exciting producers to watch in 2021 and beyond. 

Speaking of the new track Poulter says:
 “I made ‘Medium’ for those of you who are in the car on the way to the club. It’s a pre party moment. I really feel like this track is reflective of my taste, in its truest sense. I’m all about groove and momentum in music and I feel like ‘Medium’ has those things. The thing I remember most about making this track was the desire to be moving. It was peak lockdown and all I wanted was to have that feeling like I was going somewhere. I wanted to escape.”
Starting off 2021 on a high, Poulter has already appeared in in Pitchfork‘s most anticipated releases of the year list, the NME 100 list and been tipped as ‘One To Watch’ by DJ Mag; building on praise from The Guardian, Dazed, Triple J, Purple Sneakers, NME, Beats Per Minute and more for last years AA side, Perfume/Blossom. Beyond her own discography, Poulter has also made a name for herself as a sought after remixer, having reworked tracks from the likes of Caribou, Christine and the Queens, Don Toliver and Låpsley last year alone.
‘You’ve Got The Whole Night To Go’ embraces Poulter‘s ever growing confidence in her sound. Lockdown meant that for Poulter the instinctive music making approach that has always come naturally to her was able to flourish. “If at any moment I felt inspired or motivated to make music, I would jump into my home studio”, she says. “This gave me a sense of purpose while the world seemed to be falling apart.”
On You’ve Got The Whole Night To Go’ Poulter hones her production skills as she continues to feverishly get to grips with doing more herself, “The first one felt like a different producer could have been on each track”, she says, “but ‘You’ve Got The Whole Night To Go’ seems to have more consistency. I can’t quite put my finger on what that sonic consistency is, but I notice it’s there.” Highlighting the key to the continued growth of Logic1000, her forthcoming EP captures a contagious and energising sound, a product of her finding confidence without overthinking it. 
Before she found her musical focus, Poulter was living in her native Melbourne and dabbling in different careers including mental health, children’s services, retail, floristry and running her own businesses. A move to Berlin and the release of her debut EP in 2018 changed everything though, steadily bringing widespread acclaim with tracks being played round the world by DJ’s including Four Tet—who, after hearing Poulter’s music via Anthony Naples, included tracks in his Coachella sets and has gone onto support her throughout her career as a mentor and friend, regularly inviting her to join him on line ups. Her music also resonated with supporters such as (to name a few) DJ Python, Fauzia, Ben UFO, OK Williams, Floating Points, Annie Mac and Caribou. This further led to performances at London’s Printworks, Berlin Atonal and many more.

Back with the final taste before the EP release, tune into the euphoric club universe in Medium and get ready for even more from Logic1000 in 2021. 



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