London-based act, Mullaha, just recently released a two-track EP, Anthropomorphise, which is filled to the brim with glittering synths, fluid melodies, jazzy horns, and fluttering talkboxes. Listen to Norwegian duo, Lemaitre? Then, you’ll certainly love this work from Mullaha.
Beginning with the lead song, Anthropomorphise, the EP quickly starts off on a funky note, with a mixture of gospel-meets-modern disco sounds. Shifting to a nifty chorus of intermingled talkboxes and finger basses, the single keeps the energy flowing smoothly, especially with the top-notch horn accompaniment. Things get really interesting at the break with the introduction of acoustic guitars, an epic drum roll, and a sweet vocal solo – can’t get enough of it!
Loneliness is the second track on the EP, and it definitely takes a more relaxed approach in comparison to the latter song. For nearly two and a half minutes, Mullaha reels listeners in with atmospheric synths and bright soundscapes, only to pump out a miraculous wall of sound, similar to that in Pyrotechniqué. Check out the EP below, show your support for Mullaha, and download your copy of Anthropomorphise here: