Almost a year after unleashing their infectiously bi-polar track “Troll,” Qulinez are at it again. This time, the Swedish duo is putting forth a pair offerings in their “Bamf & Dynamic” EP, due out on December 3rd on Steve Angello’s Size Records label. Both tracks carry Qulinez’ signature electro sound, with “Bamf” mimicking the synths of their previous release, while “Dynamic” takes takes a slightly more cosmic and progressive approach to things. The tracks complement each other nicely and you can expect to hear more of them as the EP approaches its release date. Give it a listen below.
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