Beneath the alias Throwing Color, London native Nabihah Iqbal makes shimmering, R&B-influenced lo-fi electronic pop and billowing ambient techno. Her shiny, atmospheric tracks frequently consist of light, innocent vocals similar to the Computer Music staff, but her function is commonly spacy, ethereal, and laid-back instead of ironic and deconstructivist. Iqbal examined ethnomusicology before graduating from the School of Cambridge with an MPhil in African background, and in 2013 she started hosting a free-form plan on Internet place NTS Radio, showcasing music from all over the world. German techno manufacturer Kassem Mosse released Throwing Shade’s debut one, “Mystic Areas,” on his Ominira label that calendar year, and United kingdom label No Pain in Pop (house to early produces by Forest Swords and Grimes) released her EP 19 Jewels in-may of 2014. A far more dancefloor-centric single known as “Chancer” premiered by U.K. label Happy Skull that summer months, and afterwards in the entire year, Iqbal was commissioned by United kingdom art company Tate to create a bit of music in a reaction to the 2014 Turner Award. Throwing Shade’s second EP for No Discomfort in Pop, Destiny Exclusive, found its way to 2015, and she eventually agreed upon to Ninja Melody, which released her Home of Silk EP in March of 2016.