London based producer Kelly Lee Owens is gearing up to release her “Oleic” EP on Oct. 21 via Smalltown Supersound.

Hypnotically seductive, Owens new “Oleic” EP is sure to captivate any audience. With a captivating and mysterious sound, “Oleic” is an appropriate narrative for the late October atmosphere. The EP features four songs including her rework of Jenny Hval’s “Kingsize”. Owens teased listeners this week with the early release of the first song on the EP, “CBM”. The song is minimalist in detail yet complete with vibrating bass. Owens provides the vocals for this track as well, with the words “the colors, the beauty, and the motion” echoing repeatedly throughout the song. “CBM” was recently featured as Pitchfork’s “Best New Track.” The remaining two songs on the EP are “Oleic” and “Elliptic.”

Over the past few years the 27-year-old rising talent has made herself known in the dance music scene. A singer, songwriter, and producer, Owens is a triple threat. In addition to releasing her own single “Arthur”, Owens has contributed her song writing and vocal skills to several tracks on Daniel Avery’s “Drone Logic”. With an impressive past and a bright future, there is no doubt that Owen’s “Oleic” EP is certainly something worth checking out this week.

Listen to “CBM” on Soundcloud below.