On "Jellisy" from her forthcoming debut album PET, New York producer James K's vocals take on the quality of a soft synth, dancing though scales above a Casio-y beat. It's a brief whirlwind of a song, one that swiftly sweeps you up into its world; for every second of its 2m28s runtime, it's all you can see. That's the way jealousy works, too: all-consuming, like oxygen on fire.
James K told us a little bit about the story behind the song: "I am mischievous, denying my own experience. I allow the lows of my psyche to take over, I use them to thrive and get high. Then I catch myself dancing and wilting at the same time. Am I a masochist? I might be, but 'Jellisy' is about wanting. It is a non-state, jelly—trapped in a primitive pattern."