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Malcolm: Baptem EP

"Baptem EP is a fresh and exciting four-tracker, reworking
past sounds without attracting cliched exoticism"

Biologic Records co-founders Abstraxion and DC Salas welcome Malcolm to the fold with the release of ‘Baptem‘ EP – a succulent combination of obscure and remote sonorities mixed with bass, ravey influences and exotic excursions featuring a remix from Nathan Micay and collaborators Marc Mélia and Moroccan singerليثرGlitter٥٥.

Despite being his first solo release, French producer Malcolm has been honing his craft and sculpting his sonic identity over the past few year by operating his own imprint Global Warming Records and releasing music from Sordid Sound System, Fred Berthet, Sofian Rouge, Jascha Hagen.

Forged over the past 12 months, ‘Baptem’ EP is a fresh and exciting four-tracker, reworking past sounds without attracting cliched exoticism. Lead track ‘Badman’ is a solemn piece with a roaring low-end frequency that feels above all apocalyptic. Nathan Micay steps up for remix duty, switching up the mood to a more upbeat and trancey realm.

Third in line is mystic track ’Damâa‘ featuring Moroccan singer ليثرGlitter٥٥ and closing out the EP is Marc Mélia and Malcolm’s dense sonic journey ‘Schaerbeek’, gently lulling listeners in with its re-modulated trance like loop and crescendoing in a hailstorm of bass and snares.

‘Baptem’ EP is out now on Biologic Records. Order a copy from Bandcamp.

TRACKLIST

1. Badman (Original Mix)
2. Badman (Nathan Micay’s I’ll have What I’m Having Remix)
3. feat. ڭليثرGlitter٥٥ – Damâa (Original Mix)
4. feat Marc Mélia – Schaerbeek (Original Mix)

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