Sorinji Exorcises Her New Addiction

Sorinji is a singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist producer from Queens, New York City. The talented 20 year-old started making music when she was just 6 years old. Growing up she was inspired by the Classic Pop/Rock songwriting of The Beatles as well as Alternative Rock heroes like Muse and Radiohead. She dove deeply into her own songwriting about 5 years ago while she was still in high school.

I draw a lot of my inspiration from the world and people around me. The mundane, the ordinary, everything and everyone has a story. Being able to just be present in every single moment and absorb my environment inspires my music a lot. 


The bedroom producer writes everything and plays all of the instruments herself. She debuted her unique multi-genre sound in 2018 with the Indie-Pop instrumental “Carry the Day”. On March 31, 2021 Sorinji released her second single, the melancholy lo-fi Dark Pop “Addiction.” An acoustic guitar opens the track and is soon joined by bass, minimalist organic percussion and a mellow psychedelic electric guitar playing a hypnotic melody. The mix gives the track a sound that lands somewhere between Pink Floyd and The Cure. 

Just over one minute long, the short song covers a lot of emotional ground. Sorinji sings in a hauntingly sad tone that brings to mind the great Hope Sandoval of Mazzy Star. In a single verse she recounts an unhealthy codependent relationship, her addiction. Check out “Addiction” below. You can also hear the song on the Deep Indie Dive playlist. Follow the links below to connect with Sorinji and get in the loop on all of her current and future projects.



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Sorinji on the Deep Indie playlists