Shogun Audio proudly present the debut EP from GEST. Showcasing the full spectrum of the duos sound, the Futurism EP is their most defined body of work to date; ranging from the tech-inspired rollers theyve come to be known for to pure liquid bliss.Title track 'Futurism' opens, featuring a mesmerising distorted, looping synth hook circling round and round underneath lashing, rolling drums that will undoubtedly (and eventually) be heard on dancefloors later in the year. Steppy number No Doubt follows, waves of sub layered with syncopated kicks and synth interjections. Featuring light, rolling breaks, Shame highlights GESTs ability to write darker liquid; a haunting vocal hook, marimba-like riff and warm synths leaving listeners in a trance. Deja Vu closes, a light, sonic digestif that expertly showcases the pairs versatility in the studio.Following continued support from the likes of DJ Marky, Grafix and Doc Scott and airplay on Rene LaVices BBC Radio 1 show and Dan Auxs George FM show in New Zealand, GEST continue to impress and carve out their own sound identity in the scene with this latest body of work.