We premiered his remix of David Douglas & Petter Carlsen's "Sweet Moonflower" last month, and now Spanish producer Sau Poler is back with a new five-track EP, Paradoxes Of Progress. To celebrate the announcement, he's put lead track "Non Plus Ultra" up for streaming. The young producer lists Boards Of Canada, Four Tet and Aphex Twin among his influences and it clearly shows in "Non Plus Ultra". Though the percussion is urgent and snappy, the lilting melody that floats airily throughout is more than a nod to IDM's more tuneful moments. And yet, judging by the rest of the EP, his influences are so much more diverse than that, with techno, R&B, garage and Balaeric house all making an appearance. Take a listen to "Non Plus Ultra" below. Sau Poler's Paradoxes Of Progress EP will be released on December 2.

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