Katya Yonder draws on Japanese anime scores and ’80s pop for new LP





Marrying influences from Russia, Japan, and Azerbaijan.

Multi-instrumentalist Katya Yonder is releasing a new album called Multiply Intentions, via Métron Records this August.

Across its 13-tracks, the album sees Yonder incorporating her own vocals for the first time, singing in four different languages – Russian, English, Japanese and French –

Multiply Intentions also mixes influences including 1980s pop, Japanese video games and Soviet film soundtracks across the LP.

It follows Métron Records’ release of Yumiko Morioka’s Resonanceone of our favourite reissues of the year so far.

Head here to pre-order a copy in advance of Multiply Intentions’ 19th August release, check out the artwork and tracklist below.


1. Intro
2. Solution
3. Spinning Olimpia
4. Peering into the Distance
5. Наверняка
6. Invented Journey
7. Mood
8. Вновь и вновь
9. Patter
10. В глубине ночной
11. Another Time
12. Wait for Me
13. Interlude

Photo by: Igor Brooke