Deep and dubby techno from a producer on the rise.
Mor Elian‘s foray into electronic music was born out of the vibrant house, techno and drum & bass scenes in her native Tel Aviv. She’d later move to Los Angeles in 2005, where she became a resident DJ for local station Dublab (you can still catch her there on her monthly show Plaza 2 Plaza), and she now spends her time between California and Berlin, where she regularly plays ://about blank.
With past releases on Hypercolour and Trus’me’s Prime Numbers imprint, Elian is gearing up for her third EP, Echopark, which comes out this Friday on Michael Zucker’s Miami-based label Finale Sessions, home to the likes of Terrence Dixon, Fred P and Boo Williams.
This new three-track EP sees Elian exploring the deeper sides of house and techno, whilst preserving the central sounds of her earlier releases. You can stream the throbbing club pressure of ‘Light Pollution’ below.
Echopark is out March 10 on Finale Sessions. Pre-order it here.