Article originally appeared on The Music Sep 30th 2016 

Tash Sultana’s Notion is so fully formed that it’s hard to think of it as an EP. Actually, it runs longer than most full-length albums and doesn’t even get winded. Full of lean and layered instrumentation that loops with a silken-psychedelic lilt, vocals that flit from ephemeral drift to beatboxing brash and a core of chords tied tight to a toe-tapping ideal, it’s an immensely impressive outing made even more so by the fact that it’s coming from a single source. Without a doubt, this is a notion worth exploring.

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