We covered (almost) every tune Mist Glider has released in the last six months, so it's nice to see the Santa-Cruz-based producer throwing some love our way by granting us the premiere of the opening track from his forthcoming Neon Sky EP (soon to be released on Bad Panda Records).

'Black Hole' is a collaborative effort with Oliver Nickell aka. Tree, from R&S records sub-label Apollo. It starts with an evocative, real-life-speech that was recorded standing at a bus stop in San Francisco and then drops into a comfortable, restrained, narcotic carillon that reminds us of some works from Giraffage and Mount Kimbie. Percussions are made up of field recordings. Check it out.