Anna Lunoe returns to Mad Decent with her first drop in a year, ‘Ice Cream’
It is always great to hear from Anna Lunoe. The beloved Aussie export has slowed down her typically packed schedule in recent years, becoming a mother of two, while still managing to keep a close ear to the streets. Only having turned in a couple of projects since last summer, including October 2019’s long-awaited link with Nina Las Vegas on “One Thirty,” Anna Lunoe drops have become few and far between, making them even sweeter when they surface. Putting a cherry on top of 2020, Lunoe’s sole delivery of the year, “Ice Cream,” has landed on her longtime home label, Mad Decent.
Linking with Japanese rapper and Trekkie Trax affiliate Nakamura Minami, Lunoe’s signature club-primed style takes a sugary turn on “Ice Cream,” swirling together rubbery, bouncing synthwork and Minami’s ultra-catchy vocals for a rave-ready setlist tool.
Lunoe returns to the stage later this month in Australia, and while her output has understandably slowed as of late, expect the esteemed selector to bring her best for her upcoming outing. And expect more on the way from Anna Lunoe in 2021—something tells us “Ice Cream” just means we’re having dessert first and there’s more to come.
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