(Chop Suey) Estonian producer/vocalist Maria Minerva established herself as one of the most interesting new artists in the hypnagogic-music quasi movement with 2011's Cabaret Cixous and 2012's Will Happiness Find Me? (both on LA's Not Not Fun label). In those works, she balances supremely dreamy, diaphanous ambience with sleek, subliminal dance rhythms and a singing style redolent of downers and ZE Records chanteuse Cristina's dulcet nonchalance, all of it submerged in an aquatic-dub production style that makes the listener feel gloriously weightless. Minerva's new Bless EP—on NNF's dance sublabel 100% Silk—unsurprisingly shifts things more forcefully into the discotheque with more overt beats and upfront vocals, and a linguistically dazzling George Carlin sample in "Soul Searchin." It's still a million kilometers from your Lady Gagas and Beyoncés, but Minerva is giving the Miracles Club's Honey Owens a run for her underground-diva money. With Cherushii and YourYoungBody.