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Ursa Minor (Little Bear)


Invader Music

Released: 2nd June 2014 | 6 track ambient techno ep

Gabrielle's operatically trained voice shines through more than ever on this latest release, effortlessly sweeping across classy, mature and infectious production fromlong-term collaborator Alex Morris. Think Bjork meets Massive Attack, CoCo Rosie meets Four Tet - the duo's diverse musical backgrounds seamlessly sliding togetherto create a completely refreshing take on Electronic-driven, alternative Pop music.

With features for names such as Mikill Pane, Rui Da Silva, Jozif & Murkage, along with radio support from heavyweight names like Pete Tong, Mistajam & Rob Da Bank,Ursa Minor's star continues to rise high and little bear's tail continues to grow tall, as Gabrielle truly starts to find her feet and shine bright as a unique recording artist, in atime where the music business is lacking some unforced originality.

Dreamy, dubby, Bjork goes house - Impressive - (The Sunday Times)

Unbridled escapism - (The Guardian)

Standout 9/10 - (Mixmag)

singer Gabrielle Cooke (better known as Ursa Minor) lays down a luscious vocal track and

something magical happens - it just elevates this track to a whole other level. - (Salacious Sound)

Ursa Minor's classical pedigree and ability to transcend genre sets her sounds apart from the pack. - (Notion Magazine)

With Gabby's etherial (like proper etherial - think Arwen from Lord of the Rings) vocal treatment, earthy sparse beats and swooshing production this is 'Running Up that Hill' for a classy breed of clubber. Sublime. - (Music week)