Matthew James Firth Coleman, real name MJ Cole, has today shared new EP Foundations.
The EP is described as "irresistibly emotive and club ready all at once." It features new singles "If Only," "Phoenix," and "Liquid," and marks a return to the 2-step sound, the influence of which can be heard in both underground and commercial music today.
The release follows "Soak It Up," a recent collaboration earlier this year with Kojey Radical.
We're also told that the EP marks the first in an exciting series of connecting EPs that will be dropping throughout 2018 and 2019.
“The Foundations EP takes a step away from my more traditional form of writing. It’s created from tiny snippets of vocals, no songs or verse/choruses. A return to my beloved way of making tracks from a palette of sounds. A single-handed tapestry of colours and texture. Sampler craft.” — MJ Cole
01. If Only
Foundations EP is available now, with "Phoenix" and "Liquid" streaming below.