Neiman's sound fits right in on Deadbeats, giving the label yet another hit to add to their collection. Kicking things off with a beautiful, digitized synth, Neiman's melancholy vocals quickly make their way in to express an inability to move on from a previous relationship. "A Place To Rest" then slowly builds into a busy, winding drop to which fans of her previous work will certainly be drawn.
Neiman has made a name for herself in the EDM scene since she began DJing in clubs at the young age of 13. She's released on a number of notable labels including Dim Mak, Insomniac Records, Nest, and most recently Deadbeats. Her most recent EP, I Still Believe In Love, was well received by critics and fans alike.
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