What's A Girl To Do? Enter, apparently...
'Imaginary Lines'

In these days of social media driven hype, it's rare to find a genuine word-of-mouth success.

Yet that's exactly what happened to Fatima Yamaha. The Dutch producer's cut 'What's A Girl To Do' was initially released a decade ago, a sublime piece of spacious techno with an incredible vocal sample cribbed from Lost In Translation.

Those in-the-know immediately leaped on the track, but it took time to reach a wider audience. Seeming to break through this summer, Jackmaster hammered the cut while fellow Glaswegian Hudson Mohawke re-worked the track on his new album.

Fatima Yamaha is set to release new album 'Imaginary Lines' this month, with the allusive artist set to play a launch event at London's Brewhouse this Friday (November 27th).

Ahead of this, Clash is able to offer up a lush vinyl copy of 'Imaginary Lines' for one lucky winner. Fancy your chances? Just tell us which film gets sampled in 'What's A Girl To Do' and we'll pick the winner...

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