Toronto’s Gingy is most often found operating alongside fellow Canadian DJ/producer Bordello (in fact, the two turned in a XLR8R podcast together last year), but on his latest outing, Gingy has elected to fly solo, delivering a three-track affair for Clone Royal Oak that is set to drop early next month.

The upcoming RAPT EP is led by its title track, an organ-fueled piece of stuttering house which incorporates the talents of Toronto vocalist Starving Yet Full, perhaps best known for his collaborations with the now defunct Azari & III outfit. Joined by another original track, “VSCUS,” a collaborative dub remix of “RAPT” from Clone founder Serge and Dutch producer Tyrell is also set to be included on Gingy’s upcoming solo EP, which can be previewed in the player below before seeing its official release on September 8.