Rhythm is everything.
Languages change, melodies shift but rhythm remains key. Truly, percussion is a universal language. It's a fact which has obviously resonated within Mo Kolours.
Half-English and half-Mauritian, the producer's work flits between continents, exploring the latest in electronic sounds whilst hinting at his roots by the Indian Ocean.
A continually probing artist, Mo Kolours is a true rhythm merchant - crafting percussion which swings, which moves and writhes with a life of its own.
The producer's self-titled debut album drops on March 24th, but ahead of this Mo Kolours has placed new cut 'Mike Black' online.
Using a sparse, Eastern influenced percussive tick, the track utilises a soulful vocal which retains the impeccable cool which flowed through the producer's earlier releases.
Check it out now.
Photo Credit: Owen Richards