Following previous issues this year from John Heckle and Bantam Lions, Scenery chief Asok is set to deliver the fledgling Liverpool label’s next release. His upcoming Hunter EP arrives as his second offering this year—preceded by a 12″ for M>O>S—and features a title-track remix from Versalife, the alter ego of Dutch producer Boris Bunnik (a.k.a. Conforce, pictured above). While Asok’s original version of “Hunter” comes described as a “mid-tempo jam that drifts along with frazzled synth lines offset by more bittersweet melodies,” a rework by Versalife (an affiliate of both Clone and Delsin and former XLR8Rpodcast contributor) yields a “kinetic, sub-aquatic affair, laden with celestial chords, rubbery basslines, and soothing ambient soundscapes.”

The full Hunter EP is due out on October 10, with a digital release to follow a month later. Until then, Versalife’s remix of “Hunter” is available to stream in full below, where the EP’s tracklist can also be found. A video for Asok’s original track is on view here, and clips for all four tracks can be previewed here.

A Hunter
AA Hunter (Versalife Mix)
B Cabal
BB Millenium 2.2