Choices/Burdens (single)

Released: Sept 19, 2017

“From the start we’re hit with a strong vocal that spearheads the song. We then move slowly into the beat, with soft tones entering the picture. Things build into a cerebral scene that you can’t help but to immerse yourself in fully. It’s a touching record that shows off the trio’s tasteful sound.”    – The Music Ninja

Always You (single)

Released: Aug 9, 2017

“'Always You' is a clear indication of the palpable atmospheric change mAsis is capable of achieving with seemingly so little. Opening on a remote sounding foreign vocal sample, 'Always You' immediately feels alien, existing in some distant realm. Yet, to combat this impression of remoteness, are the softly sung, almost talkative vocal styles that permeate the track, lending it an innately sentimental quality. The instrumentation present is scarce, causing one to revel over the intention backing each and every far-off sound.”     - Ones To Watch

“Subtle and understated and totally beautiful.”     - Fingers On Blast

Flesh (single)

Released: Jan 11, 2017

“Distorted pop that strips things down to the basics, the track is mAsis at their most potent, their most raw.”     - CLASH

“Some of the most heartfelt, emotive productions in the downtempo world.”     - NEST HQ

Skin (single)

Released: Dec 12, 2016

“The understated style of the group is what'll draw people in, and what satin, dream-like vocals and slow, building cadences they have is going to appeal on both elegant and innovative fronts.”     - Hillydilly

“Its minimalism and gentle build up is something to be admired.””     - Speaker Ink

mAsis is a Glendale, California based trio whose members have worked with the likes of Rhye, Banks and Mr Little Jeans.

In the year following the release of their debut EP, Kennesaw, the group has garnered support from global tastemakers at The FADER, NYLON, The 405, Earmilk, CLASH, Hillydilly, The Music Ninja, Kick Kick Snare, and more. They have seen their songs spun more than a million times by new fans worldwide and have been championed by BBC Radio 1’s Phil Taggart and KCRW's Garth Trinidad.