M. Vaughan's first full EP on Colour in Music is coming with three original cuts and one remix by Moises.
The title track 'Dinner Parties in East Egg' is a delicately chugging house affair with a super catchy synth motif, all carried by gently thickening drum machine layers. This piece easily works both in home playlists and your warmup sets.
For 'Dapper Dan', M. Vaughan chose to deliver two mixes. The tune itself is minimalistic and moody in its arrangement and groove, yet tight in atmosphere and equipped with a fat synth bassline that immediately makes you want to nod along. The 'Dapper Mix' adds a few spoken vocal bits, while the 'Dub Mix' is purely instrumental.
The Moises remix of 'Dapper Dan' is equally minimal in its approach, however the looped detuned chords and dense rhythm evolving around a snappy stick-snare, give the tune an entrancing feel.
The last track is called 'Out Of My Mind' and really ties the Ep together nicely. A wonky but very memorable chord progression, pitched vocal slices and a jazzy drum section give this track all you need to warm up a floor.