Here’s the self-titled debut EP from DIN, the Sydney-based club music duo who sometimes post the BPMs and keys of the tracks in their set on Instagram, because you know, when you’re trading in asymmetrical percussion patterns and jaunty synthspaces, sometimes it’s nice to be considerate to people who don’t like surprises.

Six songs (or “structures” as I like to think of them) long, DIN’s EP sees collaborators Rainbow Chan aka Chunyin and Alex Ward (formerly Moon Holiday) riding the bpm spectrum and moving around dance styles, folding elements of house, techno, experimental electronica, art music, noise together. The result is hypnotic and intuitive exercise in pure body music, sinuous bassline pressure bubbling against flutter rhythm-mathematics, shimmering pads, and somewhat extra-terrestrial bleeps and bloops. If you were headed to the moon for a vacation, it would make for a pretty good soundtrack. Perhaps DIN is the real moon holiday?

DIN came out earlier in the year on limited cassette via Moontown Records. You can cop a copy over here, or grab the unlimited edition digital version via DIN’s own Bandcamp here. This weekend, they’re playing on the Ken Oath x Moonshoe x Moontown stage at Sydney’s remarkable Maximum Joy event. More details here.