British producer Iglooghost has today shared new track “Mei Mode,” lifted from the Steel Mogu half of his forthcoming Clear Tamei and Steel Mogu dual EPs—the back-to-back follow-ups to his acclaimed 2017 full-length debut Neō Wax Bloom. 

Although paired in format, the dual EPs draw from different corners of the British producer’s influences. Steel Mogu is described as a “hyperspeed collage of synthetic, trance-influenced synths contorting around violent, mutating 808s,” while Clear Tamei channels lavish string quartets and melancholic, fictional classical instruments. We’re told that both releases are set in Mamu, 3000 years prior to the events of Neō Wax Bloom

Iglooghost is the alias of Seamus Malliagh, who has quickly established himself as one of the most innovative electronic producers of the generation with his outlandish blend of footwork, IDM, hip-hop, bass, two-step, and more within the bizarre cartoon-ish universe in which his stories unfold. He debuted on Brainfeeder in 2015, aged just 18. 

Mei Mode” is a really loud song about fast matte-black bikes that little goon beings are riding. They are trying to shoot pinging red beams at 3 little monks. I am going to release a picture book very soon of this big fight. When you listen to it, move your head really fast up and down and swing your arms everywhere. It makes it sound really cool.” Iglooghost 

Iglooghost—Clear Tamei EP

August 8 (Self-Released)


01. Påleo Mamu

02. New Vectors

03. Clear Tamei

04. Namā

05. Shrine Hacker (feat. Babii)

Iglooghost—Steel Mogu EP

August 8 (Self-Released)


01. First Vōids

02. Steel Mogu

03. Black Light Ultra

04. Mei Mode

05. Niteracer

Clear Tamei EP and Steel Mogu EP will both land on August 8, with “Mei Mode” streaming in full via the player below.