Copeland is a brilliant vocalist, shifting between various personae: J-pop gamine, sensual rock queen, deranged dub oracle. Inga Copeland and Dean Blunt – not their real names – have claimed various things about themselves over the three years they've been together. That they released music by putting USB sticks in apples and selling them in Brixton market. That they're mates with New York rapper Cam'ron. That Inga recently tried out for Arsenal's womens' team. One press shot features them lurking in the background of the infamous 1997 meeting between Tony Blair and Noel Gallagher. The music is shadowplaying, that flits between dub, rap and pop as samples stumble in, motheaten by echo. The artist formerly known as Inga Copeland is set to release her debut solo album, Because I’m Worth It this month (May, 2014), but first, she has decided to drop a “super limited” 7″ record. “These tracks are not on the album,” promises the listing.