Audiovisual artist mïus recently released his new, full-length album, ‘Abstrakt’, on digital platforms and vinyl via Théque Records. On the project, you will discover the modulating song ‘Clappp’, ‘a mercurial lifeform that awakens with each pulse of the kick’. The song, which premiered via Dancefloor Romancer and received early support from House Music With Love, appears beside the already released singles ‘Last Time Ft. Raf Skowroński’, ‘Feather ft. Amme’, and ‘Slow Burn’ ft. HALOSARA. Further, mïus and Attaray Visual will be showcasing their audio-visual show naked waves later this year.
Gaining momentum in the press, mïus’ music has been supported by publications Mixmag UK, CLASH Magazine, Faze Mag, DJ Mag Spain, Noisey Germany, Recorder.hu, FLUX Music and 6AM. His songs have also aired on BBC Radio 6 with Tom Ravenscroft, Love In The Endz on Reprezent Radio 107.3 FM, RadioEins, KCRW, Ibiza Global Radio, Ibiza Sonica, and CJSW Radio.
Gergely Álmos is an architect in civil life and also works in movies as a set designer, which describes why he always pays attention to every small detail from songs to videos as everything is part of his self-expression and a result of a mature conception. With nearly 1 million streams on Spotify alone, he has previously charted on Spotify’s Top 50 in both the UK and Germany.
Touching on aspects of Jamie xx, Jon Hopkins, Ben Böhmer, and even Moderat, ‘Clappp’ is a track bursting with echoing and expansive synths, unrelenting oscillations, and ricochetting claps that aim to drive its energy to soaring heights.
mïus: “The main concept of the album was to use multiple samples and found sounds, fused with recorded analog synths, to create a new, singular analog-digital synth sound. Thus, we get abstractions from these sounds in a completely new, interesting synthesiser sound design. The title refers to this method.”