Following a "Boiler Room" with Kim Ann Foxman that reached record breaking viewer numbers and her own recent official remixes of both the XX and the legendary Ella Fitzgerald, Maya releases the limited vinyl release of her much lauded debut album. Maya's debut album "Comfort" is a personal affair for Maya who produced, engineered and mixed the album at her modest home studio. She played every instrument and creating every sound including vocal duties on tracks like the lo-fi "Stranger" and the hypnotic "Dreamer". Maya also created the album's artwork. The album is reflective of Maya's broader musical influences both in and outside the electronic world with Comfort having hints and shades of many genres from house, R&B and hip hop through to dub, indie and techno. Indeed "Comfort" also features guest vocals performances from established talents such as Tricky and Miss Kittin alongside rising stars Nadine Shah and Catherine Pockson of Alpines.