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The Cyclist releases new EP, ‘STP’ on Rudimentary Records: Listen

Featuring a deconstructed take on the track 'Serenity' from Or:la 


The Cyclist has released a new EP, ‘STP’ on Belfast's Rudimentary Records.

The psychedelically-minded EP takes its title from the hallucinogenic drug STP/DOM and comprises a sonic rush of "heady distorted techno, breaks, and proto trance elements". It comes with a deconstructed remix from Or:la on 'Serenity'. Check out the EP below and pick up a vinyl copy from Bandcamp.

Revisit our 2019 podcast feature with the DJ/producer – real name Andrew Morrison – who became celebrated in discerning circles the world over for his gritty, unpredictable and absorbing club sounds that have been been released on labels like Hypercolour, All City, 100% Silk, Leaving Records and his own Tape Throb Records.

We recently heard Or:la team up with Amaliah for a new Y2K-inspired single of Beyoncé and Missy Elliot edits. Out now on Amaliah's own label, Borne Fruits, 'Y2SLAY' is an ode to the producers' influences. Or:la takes on Beyoncé's song 'Me, Myself and I', while Amaliah puts her spin on Missy Elliot's hit 'Pass That Dutch', both originally released in 2003.

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