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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Mau5trap Alert: BlackGummy Releases Trifecta EP “Monolith”

Now we don’t cover Mau5trap’s releases as much as we cover other record labels, but is about to change. Today we have the latest from BlackGummy with his third EP Monolith, a fantastic EP release to add to his catalog. Monolith will serve as the trifecta of his EPs with mau5trap, following his previous releases Singularity and Impactor. BlackGummy is as enigmatic as they come, with his origins shrouded in mystery as well as his true identity. Many rumors swirl around Gummy, as some even say he is a recluse who only leaves his home to perform for his fans in disguise.

As for Monolith, the EP is quite a challenging roller coaster. The EP opens ominously with the driving bassline of “Iconoclast”, preparing the listener for a taste of what exactly they are getting into. Gummy keeps the progressive and house beats/style through both “Arp Makes Sphinx Purr” and “Desert Fire”, keeping with the style and beginning to drive the EP home. The EP finishes with “Edifice”, whose synth work will round things out in an enigma just like the EP began. A perfect ribbon.

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Let’s Peek Behind the Veil with ATTLAS’s “What You Do To Me”

While rumors were secretly making their rounds regarding the identity of ATTLAS, it is indeed not Deadmau5 behind the veil but upcoming producer Jeff Hartford. While many would say that Hartford’s success jump-started due to these rumors, we would like to say that it is the talent that earned him his place at his home with Deadmau5’s label Mau5trap. Hartford has been pushing out evocative productions under the ATTLAS identity for some time, sowing the seeds for is sure to be an interesting and genre-bending career.

Today we have “What You Do to Me”, the latest genre flux track from ATTLAS. Because of his incorporation of such a wide variety of assets including dark bass lines and cinematic vocal clips, it’s hard to exactly place ATTLAS in the music genre puzzle. “What You Do to Me” is not only dynamic with its cascading synths and use of atmospheric sounds but also blending in and out of styles just like ATTLAS has come so accustomed to. We can’t say it better than him, as “this is the kind of track to plays in the background as summer romance unexpectantly blooms.”

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