"It's about making out with the holy spirit," says Berlin producer KABLAM in a recent spot with The FADER, which might be the best explanation to the all-out ballsy production on her new track 'Spirito Sarrando'.

For her newest work, the Janus collective member contorts samples from Rio De Janiero's MC Marcelly and some 15th century choral orchestrations, which might be more opposite ends of the spectrum than you'll be able to hear anywhere else today. In all, quite the trip.

Listen to 'Spirito Sarrando' below.