MPH flexes a kaleidoscope of sonic influences that take us by his dynamic debut LP.
MPH is cruising full-speed forward into the sundown with a colourful debut LP in tow, 132.00 FM.
Together with his soulful samples, blissful melodies and revving basslines, MPH had been diligently carving a lane within the U.Ok. storage scene that’s uniquely his personal. Evening Bass Information has turn into his house lately and he is launched a number of EPs, together with 2021’s Spend The Evening.
With 132.00 FM, MPH derives energy from his prior successes in stringing collectively a cohesive physique of labor that stands to showcase the energizing potential of his wholly singular sound.
The pedal hits the metallic instantly with “Doubt,” a monitor that includes dazzling soundscapes, memorable vocals and bouncing basslines. It is a monitor with show-stopping potential within the membership—a variable that quickly turns into a recurring theme on this LP.
The driving rhythms proceed on “Ghost,” which mixes in extra rave influences like stabbing chords and dense distortion on the low-end. Because the solar as soon as once more peeks again over the panorama with “Dawn,” MPH focuses on deploying sticky melodies and soothing, lounge-style vocals. His nearer, “R&R” (with Hamdi) incorporates breakbeat-style drums, meditative vocals and the faint heat of waning horns for a becoming send-off.
Total, with MPH’s debut LP we see the larger image tying the inspirations on this promising producer’s rearview mirror with the sprawling open highway that lies forward of him.