Today on underground we are going to look at an EP that while is short with three tracks, packs a punch and that EP is Bleeding Gold by HINNA.

Bleeding Goldis a very unique EP because all three tracks have their sound, their individuality, and their presence on this EP. Let’s start with the title track Bleeding Gold which is something I never heard of and I enjoy it. It has this sound and vibe of a few different clubs and international music mixed into this track and it works very well.

Cajon is the next track and I have to say it reminds a lot of the mid to late 90s club, house, and electronic music scene. I can remember a good amount of other media such as Japanese animation, video games, and product placement that were using this type of music style back in the mid to late 90s. HINNA did put her own twist to this style of music and I think she did a fantastic job on it and this track became a personal favorite of mine.

The last track Lahore is a great track and it gave me a lot of Kraftwerk vibe for some odd reason, I don’t know why but it does. Maybe it was the beat, or how the whole track was presented as a whole, but needless to say this one is special.

The EP clocks in at just 15 minutes but like I said before it packs a punch and it’s worth the listen.