Swiss-born, Tibetan/Nepalese producer Aïsha Devi explores problems linked to spirituality and awareness with her otherworldly experimental digital pop music. Devi originally became known on her behalf industrial-influenced techno moniker Kate Polish during the middle-2000s. She produced guest performances on Felix da Housecat’s 2004 record Devin Dazzle & the Neon Fever, and she released many albums and singles on brands like Mental Groove, Result, and Boundary Community between 2004 and 2012. Carrying out a religious re-awakening, she discontinued the Kate Polish pseudonym and started making music under her very own name. She set up a label known as Danse Noire in 2013 and released Aura 4 Everyone, an EP of her hypnotic, mantra-like electro-pop. This is implemented in 2014 by “Hakken Dub,” a far more dancefloor-oriented 12″ that included “Neck Dub,” a protracted display of Devi’s neck performing, as its B-side. In 2015, she produced her debut in the Houndstooth label with Conscious Cunt, an EP of abstract parts about the treating women in culture. The EP’s monitor “Aurat” was predicated on a poem compiled by Urdu feminist Kishwar Naheed. All three from the release’s songs had been included on Devi’s full-length Of Matter and Soul, also released by Houndstooth in 2015. The acclaimed recording was accompanied by an EP of remixes in 2016, including reworks by Lakker and Throwing Color.