REVIEW: MONé presents Fukkatsu EP



Our recent addition to the KitchenSync family, MONé hails from India and has been in the circuit for the last 10 years with his deep and hypnotic sounds. Check out his release which hit all digital platforms on June 3, 2021.


Title track ‘Fukkatsu’ is a dark, hypnotic track with punchy kicks & a flurry of ravey synths building over a very sinister ambiance. ‘Kenshō’ comes in with thumping 909 kicks over acid layers encapsulating the after-hours of a dark, sweaty warehouse.


Fukkatsu EP is his latest work and the consolidation of a career marked by the need to express his emotions through each of his pores. This last EP lands this season and he does so marking a turning point in his career. Few producers know how to play his cards as well as he does, scoring an album that questions the rules of the genre, building a timeless set, to which we will go over time trying to decipher that magical and complex mechanism that he achieves transcends all expectations.



MONé has managed to build with this Fukkatsu EP a utopian world that, in the way of Noah, with his ark, wants to free us from the enormous storm that we live together, but above all, the one that is coming. A whole lesson, a way of understanding not only music, but culture, beyond the precariousness that currently prevails, as something expendable, as if music, books or art did not save us. Forget for a moment about this magmatic present, close your eyes and let yourself be carried away by each of the notes that this singular producer proposes to you, because within Fukkatsu EP he is safe and it seems that everything is starting again.


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