Producing under his last name, Paris-based Yoann Feynman‘s releases have made the rounds in progressive house spheres through his refined and well-considered brand of rhythm. Although his original compositions date back to 2008, Feynman’s recently released album Air on Fake Music marks his full-length debut. While it expands upon a relatively singular sound palate and features co-production credits from Brazilian progressive producer Andre Sobota and past collaborator Monomotion, the LP remains a thoroughly cohesive and enjoyable listen from cover to cover.

With permission from his label, Feynman has gifted XLR8R with his recent collaboration with Sobota entitled “Smoke” for today’s download. The track’s ethereal synth work and head-nod-inducing rhythms speak to the mellowed-out house aspirations his full-length album offers.

Download via WeTransfer below, and purchase the full release here.