If nothing else, this year has shown the world that the Monkey Safari brothers are unstoppable and versatile. 2016 has already seen their release of three EPs: 'On' with remixes by Paco Osuna and Chloé back in March, 'Bernstein' with two remixes by John Digweed & Nick Muir and UNER released in June, and 'Boris' with help from Guy Mantzur and Victor Ruiz in August, all out on their own label Hommage. Now with their fourth EP of the year, entitled 'Woo', Sven and Lars have taken the world by surprise with their multidimensional and spirited style, as evident by their diverse, rapid-fire releases coming out like clockwork and made with a ton of love. This time without any remixers, the duo is laying it all out with this otherworldly, experimental EP. The first track, self-titled 'Woo,' pampers its listeners with deep, melodic tones, tribal rhythm and sporadic vocals - the perfect sound for early morning. On the other hand, the second track, 'Verso,' is an odyssey from somber to deep to luminous and back again - an excellent track for all dark clubs and sunny festivals alike.
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