Estonian band Sinine meld dreamy electronica with more experimental darkwave sounds blended with acoustic instruments, creating unique dark-pop that is both intimate and immense. "Some music is meant simply to entertain. Some is art. Some art is entertaining. Sinine's music surely is art and comes from deep within. It is heartfelt, honest and deep, and of course therefore it is an entertaining journey to travel through the songs," says Accession Records chairman Adrian Hates, who signed Sinine to release their debut album "Butterflies".