Moleman is a producer who has taken his time in planning a return. And following the release of his brand new single ‘Lost Control’, which saw the artist once again branch out onto his own self-releasing platform to engineer a creative space and continue his artistry, the next chapter for Moleman comes through his latest musical expedition ‘Space Cadet’. Drawing influence from the sounds he’s laid out through his career as it blooms in 2022 he follows the same signature which enabled him to gain support from across tastemaker platforms. Including names like Liquicity, MRSuicideSheep, QuantumDnb, BBC Radio 1Xtra, Kiss FM, MTV, Your EDM, BBC Introducing, DJ Mag, Mixmag and Ministry of Sound Radio, his music has reached a varied audience. But it’s his Moleman drum & bass moniker which remains at the pinnacle of this new journey, having already racked up tens of millions of streams through other bass music aliases. Something which is sure to follow through Moleman.
Already counting names such as Laurent Garnier, Charlie Tee, High Contrast, Wilkinson, Fred V & Grafix, Metrik, Borgore and Feint he’s garnered a range of DJ support as Moleman, and this has remained the same since the release of ‘Lost Control’. ‘Space Cadet’ is set to the same dizzying standard as the previous output placed in the forthcoming string of releases which will be pushed into the New Year. Soaring note sequences take you deep into the record’s composition as you’re moved through ethereal strings and soft pads. With a lushness that lends itself to both day and night time settings, Moleman is still able to tap into a soundsphere which has intricate results. A fact which will help provide the foundations for his comeback.
Moleman had already impressive accolades but now he’s beginning to reshape his ascent. With more work due to be revealed in the coming months, 2022 marks another groundbreaking chapter for the producer as he moves ahead with his path under this moniker.