Mandar Drop New EP, ‘String Theory’
Mandar have dropped a new two-track EP, String Theory. The release arrives more than a […]
Mandar have dropped a new two-track EP, String Theory.
The release arrives more than a year after the release of their debut album. We’re told to expect two “full-sided loud cuts of pure club madness.” The title track has summer vibes written all over it; while the flipside “Poisoned Words” is a “sexy groover,” the label explains.
Mandar was formed in 2013. It’s the project of Nick Putman, Charlie Naffah, and Samuel André Madsen. Of the three, Naffah is the most well known; as Lazare Hoche, he’s gained a reputation for dancefloor geared, deeper-than-deep-house records and reissues of classic, underappreciated French house 12″s through his eponymous label. He also co-runs the Oscillat Music label with his two partners in Mandar, who’ve each built reputations of their own with respected releases and labels Vigenère and Delaphine.
01. String Theory
02. Poisoned Words
String Theory EP is out now via Oscillat Music, with clips below.