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Emilia Sisco & Cold Diamond & Mink

“Let Me In” by Emilia Sisco with Cold Diamond & Mink streaming everywhere now! 7” vinyl is available for pre-order today! Street day August 16!

One of the prominent growing voices in Timmion Record’s roster, singer Emilia Sisco blesses your turntable with another deep soul ballad. Joining hands with Cold Diamond & Mink, Emilia pours a generous helping of deep soul magic into “Let Me In”, gliding over the southern-tinged beat with melodic grace.

It’s almost impossible to remain ambivalent to Emilia’s talent when the spine-tingling chorus with its clever twists rolls in. The bittersweet love song’s timeless feel pours over the listener like the flooding Mississippi, anthemic but understated. Flipping the single, we get to revisit Emilia’s previous single “Love Can Carry Me” but this time in instrumental mode, titled as ”Way Past Midnight”. It’s not just a vocal strip down, but this time Cold Diamond & Mink has equipped the track with a jazzy Grant Green styled lead guitar. Tasty.

You would have to be a cold-blooded robot not to feel something from this soulful double sider. Forget the dance floors and bedrooms for a minute, these songs are the best fertilizer for your personal mind garden.

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Emilia Sisco & Cold Diamond & Mink

releases July 12, 2024

Emilia Sisco’s latest 7” vinyl single is a testament to the timeless allure of vintage soul music. Backed by the esteemed Timmion Records house band Cold Diamond & Mink, Sisco delivers a stellar double-sider that captivates you from start to finish.

On the A-side’s “Lemon Lime Sour” Sisco’s spirited vocals soar over infectious crossover soul terrain, creating an irresistible groove that celebrates the bittersweet feeling of falling in love. The track’s joyful energy invites audiences for a dance along its uplifting message.

Flipping the record reveals the B-side, “Love Can Carry Me,” a soul-stirring beat ballad that showcases Sisco’s growth both as a songwriter and a vocalist. The song’s emotive lyrics and dark melodies create an intimate atmosphere, drawing listeners into its introspective narrative of resilience and hope.

During these tumultuous times, the two tracks encapsulate what funky, emotion-driven music made by real humans is all about, blending Sisco’s undeniable vocal talent with Cold Diamond & Mink’s impeccable musical craftsmanship. With its universal themes and timeless appeal, the new single is poised to resonate with soul music enthusiasts around the globe.



Emilia Sisco & Cold Diamond & Mink

After her debut Timmion single "Don't Believe You Like That", Emilia Sisco is back in the fold with a double sider of the highest order. Emilia seems to feel right at home with the material that she cooks up with Cold Diamond & Mink, filling both songs to the brim with soul.  


Despite its title, "Trouble" strolls along with a delicately sweet mid-tempo groove and a nicely abundant arrangement, each of Emilia's lyrical calls getting a response from the background harmonizers and the band steady tightening up while the song builds towards its conclusion. The B-side slows things down to a lush southern soul drawl, coming off like a classy forgotten Hi session.

Both of these tracks present a singer who has paid her dues by studying the craft and polishing it for years in front of live audiences. Now it's time for Emilia to push her voice out there on the wings of her own original songs, a feature that we've come to expect from the Timmion stable.

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Don't Believe You Like That
Emilia Sisco and Cold Diamond & Mink

The blues roots grow surprisingly deep in the Finnish music scene. From this fertile ground rises singer Emilia Sisco, who debuts on Timmion with her phenomenal single "Don't Believe You Like That". With her strong background in fusing blues, r&b and jazz, Emilia apparently slips also nicely into the dark soulful grooves of Cold Diamond & Mink. 

In "Don't Believe You Like That" Emilia sets herself into the role of a mistreated lover, who still tries to see a speck of hope in the doomed relationship. By dubbing herself, and accompanying the lyric with graceful harmonies, she succeeds in building a powerful beat ballad, that should appeal to the darker end of the dance floor.

There's a special lane in history for soul music this understated. It's cool and intimate at the same time, like there's something dangerous lurking under the surface. So roll up something nice, if that's your thing, and hop along for the ride.   




"Sixth St."
3rd WRLD Feat. Emilia Sisco 
Official Video

"Don't Believe You Like That"
Elephantasy - Funky Winter Splash 

 The Making of "Sixth St."
3rd WRLD Feat. Emilia Sisco

"Loved Another Woman"
Emilia Sisco & Helge Tallqvist Band

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