Melodic Records label manager Andy Moss and Delphic's James Cook unknowingly recorded their debut release as Boredom over the course of two weekends, starting in a "murky Salford Mill basement" and continuing on a townhouse rooftop on Overtoom in Amsterdam. The project takes its name from the book by Alberto Moravia, and was a result of the pair bonding over a shared love of Polish disco, '80s Japanese pop, and Paradise Garage mixes.
The debut release in question, Geometry, is a perfect amalgamation of the influences mentioned above, a melodically-driven collection of pop-infused house music. Sitting alongside the two Boredom originals will be remixes from German house artists Sandrow M and Panthera Krause, who turn their hands to "Geometry" and "Turn Your Head," respectively.
In support of the release, Melodic and Boredom have offered up Sandrow M's remix as today's XLR8R download. Keeping the feel-good vibe of the original, the Uncanny Valley artist refits it with a floor-focused backbone and chunky drums for a remix that will get the speakers rattling.
You can download Sandrow M's remix of "Geometry" in full below, with the EP available for pre-order here.