Preview Mønic’s new EP for Tresor

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In two weeks Tresor releases the second EP by Head of Osiris head honcho Monic. The EP is called ‘Four Sides of Truth’, further expanding Mønic’s raw, uncompromising sound.

The UK producer, whose real name is Simon Shreeve follows up his recent EP for Regis’ Downwards label with a conversation between pristenely defined low frequencies and an infinity of fleeting, chirping synth layers. This discussion continues throughout the record, taking additional drums into the exchange and swirling into ‘Point To The Sun’ in full panning effect.

On the other side even lower frequencies take over and win the argument in ‘Self Doubt Is Worthless’. UK-based Kamikaze Space Programme contributes a revisited version of ‘Morse’, initially released on the Parsons Hill EP. Preserving the abrasive textures of the original, KSP dramatically raises the track’s thrill factor.

‘Four Sides of Truth’ is out on Tresor on May 20.

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