Tash Sultana is a real force of nature and I can't believe it took us so long to cover here, but it's time to fix that mistake.
The Australian multi-instrumentalist / one-woman-band took over the Internet in 2016 after the release of her track "Jungle" and things have just spiraled out of there. Starting off as a busker on the streets of Melbourne, the young (born in 1995) musician is seriously someone to be impressed by. I believe she currently plays more than 20 instruments (and counting) which she loops via loop station to create a feel you're in front of a whole band. The new track we're featuring today is somehow different than her previous stuff, which I think is quite normal especially for someone who is just now trying to find their sound. Anyway, one thing is a constant - her piercing voice.
When it comes to "Mystik", Tash shared with Triple J:
Tried to just come back down and connect to myself and just be present, because when you’re busy all the time you kind of get caught up in this whole mist and you forget to stop and be still and you get carried away thinking that you have to do all these things all the time when you probably just should be instead of do