Kicking Off the Work Week Right with Draft’s Unique “Patience & Time” EP

Man, mau5trap has been putting out release after release of solid gold! To start off this work week we have the latest from mau5trap veteran Draft and his newest EP Patience & Time. For those who haven’t heard of Draft, he exploded onto the scene in 2013 when he released his first Phryday EP under the UK electronic label Pilot. After gaining plenty of acclaim for just the one release, he released two additional EPs in the next year with Pillage and Makeshift Constellations before being picked up by mau5trap.

Now how does Patience & Time hold up?  The EP is actually quite solid, as we here at MiR enjoy the ethereal machinations of both “Letheia” and “Feeling Forever”. Patience & Time is not only ethereal but ominous and a unique EP that could only belong at a label like mau5trap. Draft draws listeners in from the very first track and definitely will not let them go. Patience & Time is my platform to push boundaries. It is raw, yet homely, passionate, yet cold,” says Draft. “It’s baring my scars for people to witness, stare at, and grow to adore.”

Make sure you give this Patience & Time EP a full listen below!

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Protocol Presents: “Fall in Line” MAXIMALS, Bout & Sovth Ft. Nino Lucarelli

Well hasn’t it been quite a while since we have heard from this duo. One of our favorite groups out of Italy, MAXIMALS is back with their next dance hit “Fall in Line”. These Protocol veterans have been quite busy since we last caught up with them in February, producing new tracks and even earning praise from Protocol label boss Nicky Romero! MAXIMALS created an impressive performance at Protocol’s 2016 showcase that Romero just had to casually mention that they will be one of the top artists to watch in 2017.

“Fall in Line” is a fantastic showcase of how heavily disco and 70’s/80’s has inspired these thriving Italians. The track feels insanely close to nu-disco, and is entirely danceable on almost any occasion. This was only possible with the help of not just one but three additional artists! MAXIMALS garnered the help of fellow Italian artists Bout & Sovth as well as American singer Nino Lucarelli. While the combination of all producers involved is amazing, Lucarelli’s velvety vocals are pure nu-disco bliss.

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After a Short Break, Buku is Back With Bass Heavy Single “Align”

Alright, we had a quick break from Buku and are reconnecting in just the right amount of time. This rising bass head star is back with “Align”, yet another bass heavy track that will soon make its way into Buku’s repertoire. Buku has been slowly becoming acquainted with the modern audience, having received praise from legendary producer Bassnectar and moderate success from previous releases. This has also allowed him to travel all around the world, with just coming off an Australian tour and moving along to a North American tour through July. Make sure you catch Buku this summer at both Sunset Music Festival and Something Wonderful.

As for “Align”, it seems that the stars have aligned in Buku’s favor. “Align” is only the second recent release to feature Buku’s own vocal work and when combined with the driving bass line and distorted synths it becomes an absolute dance floor smasher. After spending plenty of time in the studio, Buku was able to use modern technology to completely transform his own voice into that of a mystical siren. These vocals add a rather intriguing ethereal layer to the track, elevating it yet another time.

“With “Align,” I set out to create a tune with a trance-anthem type atmosphere. I had so much fun with creating the “Front to Back” vocals, that I decided to incorporate the same studio techniques/tricks on my own voice. Not only is it super fun and strange to execute, I think I created a tune that you can throw your hands up and belt out at the rave.” – Buku

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