MarcelDune has shared their latest EP, 'Sunday People', via HAVEN.
Said to provide an "immersive experience" through four tracks, the record is built upon diverse influences taken from post-punk, new wave, experimental electronic and techno music.
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"On this release, I decided to push a more eclectic vibe from my productions and I'm very happy to share this EP on HAVEN with New Frames on remix duties," the Athens-born, London-based artist tells Mixmag.
"Exploring more between different sounds and styles whilst using a lot of my voice was a way for me to create club music that you can also listen to on a walk at the park or at the afters on a Sunday morning. 'Sunday People' are those who look to escape from societal norms, celebrating life before Monday seeps back in."
Opener 'I Am Looking For Date Ideas' opens with full throttle, with its hardcore kicks paired with chugging synths, bound to a roaring groove. 'Final Loose' comprises of addictive vocal hooks, energising drum patterns, with A-side closer 'The Scene' pummelling with rolling basslines.
'Independence Creating Distance' melds revolving vocals with racing drum patterns, whilst its remix - by HAVEN affiliates New Frames - adds dubbed out synth work to the established heavy drums.
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'Sunday People' by MarcelDune is available now, check it out here.
Niamh Ingram is Mixmag's Weekend Editor, follow her on Twitter