Mysterious masked producer and singer Brolin stole our hearts from the very start, wowing us with the delicate electronic pop of songs like “NYC” and “Reykjavik.” Following those with his debut Cundo EP and one-off single “Portland” in mid-2013, Brolin is back after nearly six months of silence with not just a new song, but a whole mixtape.

Featuring production from P&P favorite FTSE, Raffertie, Dam Mantle, Casually Here and Hannes Rasmus, and boasting what sounds like six or seven different songs (a couple of which sound really stunning), the 25 minute tape is definitely worth a listen. Check it out below.


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