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Solitary Dancer's "Anything" is a Sinister, Bump in the Night Techno Cut

Hear a new track from the Montreal electro duo's forthcoming Dark Entries EP, 'Dualism.'

by Corinne Przybyslawski
Apr 4 2017, 7:59pm

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After a well-received release on UK producer Midland's imprint Graded last year, mysterious Montreal electro duo Solitary Dancer are back with a new EPDualism, on San Francisco-based label Dark Entries.

We've already heard the Marie Davidson-assisted "Emails 2 Myself," and today we're premiering "Anything," a sinister cut which builds its rhythm section from propulsive low-end bass stabs. Sitting somewhere between Dopplereffekt and Drexciya, ominous male vocals carry the track, as it morphs to a cinematic close.

Listen to the track below and pre-order Dualism before it comes out April 10.

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