Renowned Hungarian producer Laurine Frost will debut his Haramia Tapes moniker later this week with the release of his latest EP, Pfunk, on Apollo.

Frost is most widely known for his deep, refined techno but on Pfunk, he goes a more beat-driven route, focusing on deftly programmed broken rhythms and live drums. A popular artist in microhouse and minimal techno scenes, Frost’s latest falls much more in line with the work of artists such as Nonkeen, Leftfield, and the LA beat scene.

Across its seven tracks, Pfunk traverses a variety of moods and textures, from melancholic cinematic outings to more traditional, modern electronics, jazz-influenced textures, and heavy, low-slung bass cuts. The album is yet another stunning addition to Frost’s impeccable back catalog.

Pfunk will drop on April 28 via Apollo and can be pre-ordered here, with EP cut “Harper” streaming in full via the player below.