Egg London's What Came First Recordings has unveiled Swiss producer Eveline Fink's Morning Contrast EP, featuring two minimal groove infused cuts with remixes by German maestro Tobi Neumann and club's resident Kyle E. Electronic music has long fascinated Fink and her debut on What Came First, ties in for her love of minimal sounds—in both laid-back and club-orientated environments. Influences from the past, the present and perhaps even the future are the key elements behind the producer's sonic vision and drive to pursue new projects.
The first track "Contrast" opens the EP with effortless flair, divulging in a stripped back production glimmering with subtle vocal samples and subsequent moody feel. Neumann's remix of "Contrast" is an intensely hypnotic take on the original, blending twinkling melodies with crisp percussion throughout. Keeping in tune with the minimal feel of this release, "Morning Dust" deploys an alluring lead melody, a wavering bassline that balances gracefully with its shimmering drums to give the track a Balearic feel. Kyle E's 6AM remix of "Morning Dust" rounds off the EP with a beautiful dub production, offering mesmerizing breakdowns and fluttering rhythms throughout for an undoubtedly, solid soundscape.