The release follows on from 2017's Montreal, a four-track release that landed on R&S last year and proved to be one of the Belgian label’s biggest techno releases of the last few years.
We're told Malfunction / Binary picks up where Montreal left off, with pistoning rhythms, breakneck beats, and monolithic bass, but that this time the mood is more reflective and optimistic. It was made between London and Berlin, following recent live shows at Berghain and Oval Space. “Being on tour with all my gear I find it quite easy to work in new places,” he explains. “I like the energy of different cities and it’s good to keep moving.”
Malfunction/Binary will land on July 13, with "Malfunction" streaming in full below—or here for EU readers due to temporary GDPR restrictions.