Mr Mitch is set to release his new 'Primary Progressive' EP on October 26th.
The producer returns to his own Gobstopper imprint for the release, following two stellar projects on Planet Mu.
It might well be his most personal document yet, with the title referring to Mitch’s father's battle with Multiple Sclerosis.
He comments: “It’s essentially the worst kind you can get as his condition gradually gets worse and worse over time. I find that juxtaposition between the word progressive – something in music that we’d normally view as positive – and the fact that it can also refer to degradation interesting.”
Lead song 'Settle' is online now, and it's emblematic of the shifts within Mitch's own production – that sparse, skeletal grime influence remains, while the fluctuating rhythms nod towards UK funky.
The distorted vocal sample collapses into silence, oddly melodic and enchanting, a voice of hope and despair in equal quantities.
Tune in now.
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