Here's a fresh new track from Dutch producer/musician/singer, Mar (aka one half of duo Full Crate x Mar). Co-produced by Beau Damien, it's called 'Not Like Here' and it's a cocktail of flavours, switching between downtempo future-facing R&B, glistening with clean cosmic synth and aching vocals, and bass-punctuated sections beset with chopped and pitch-shifted vocal samples, where electronic riffs crunch and plasma-beam out from a menagerie of beats, an astro-flute playing delicately over the towering turmoil of these parts towards the end; a contrasting call-and-response between two halves of a person, one gently regretful, the other confused and frustrated – a frenetic electro-sonata illustrating humanity's duality.

'Not Like Here' is taken from Mar's forthcoming When We Meet EP, set for release in May – and if this song is anything to go by it should be a very interesting listen. Mar himself was kind enough to give some nicely philosophical answers to a few questions we sent him via email.

What's the inspiration/idea behind the track?
A mental disconnection with humans sometimes.

Is there any particular time or place in the universe where it'd sound best?
The beginning and ending of our universe.

What would you like people to see or feel when they listen?
The purpose of their existence. The reason why they are.