MVar enriches Slope Point

From the Baltic Sea to Barcelona

The Latvian producer releases the second reference for the Barcelona-based Slope Point label. “Implicit” EP arrives on February 28.

MVar: “Implicit” EP (Slope Point) Sleeve by Lisa Fotios.

The implicit suggestion for the musical content of the EP refers to the art-cover, a treated image of a shore on a rainy day, probably shot somewhere in the Gulf of Riga, the born-city of MVar.

Implicit” is a three-track EP related to the observation of solitary landscapes, an evocative state of mind. It goes through a mature and refined three descriptions in the embraced keys of Ambient and Dub Techno. From reverberating intro, (‘Here And Everywhere‘), MVar uses rhythmic bass to curling atmospherics. Delicate synth lines give a path to a propulsive beat in ‘Night Parade.’ For the enigmatic ‘The Mirror At The End Of The Road,’ synth delicacy leads to a more reverberant Techno leaned passages.

With two previous EPs released on Cold Fiction Music, “Projections (2018)” and “Falling (2019),” MVar debuts with “Implicit” on Slope Point to enrich the sound label, a Barcelona platform which proposal dedicated explicitly to the nuance of Ambient, Dub Techno, Deep Techno, and Experimental music.

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