Mondowski releases his first EP called Klub Psycho including 2 original tracks plus remixes by The Hacker and Joe Spurgeon from The Horrors. Hi there... Is there something like an East-London sound or attitude? Anyway, French DJ/producer wonder child Mondowski recently moved there. Born in the early nineties, the young artist has never been (frankly speaking) a "club kid". Creation's back catalogue, MBV and The Jesus and Mary Chain stand out as his seminal references... as well as Death in Vegas which, he claims, opened him up to electronic and synth music. Dark was the turn. After the release of Cry Wolf and Sans Soleil on Relish Compilaltion IV in December 2015, the IBoat Shadowplay party promoter is back with 2 new original tracks to be released on Relish once more. The EP is entitled Klub Psycho. The title track, to make it short, is a fierce and industrial dancefloor beat... brilliant and abrasive... ruthlessly groovy... as weird and deviant as its record cover... There's Black Age, its scary synth waves, its haunting voiceover and metallically acid vibe. The Hacker takes over and reworks the original track into a dreadful warehouse anthem. And there's the eponymous track... and well guess it's just what it's called an unsettling late-of-the-nite endeavor which Joe Spurgeon's remix efficiently rearticulates into a Detroit-techno-flavored underground statement.