Addictive Behaviour’s next instalment sees a welcome return of the musically gifted Felix Raymon supported by the talented vocal licks of Jamal Dilmen. Felix’s humble beginnings with Addictive kicked off in 2018 alongside local Bochum based producers and good friends Smuskind, collaborating on their breakthrough Hydro EP. Following this Felix made numerous appearances on Addictive compilations etching out his own unique tech-fused melancholic sound before dropping his debut solo EP, Bad Trip.

Now he’s back with two cuts that express the deepest liquid tones we’ve seen yet from the rapidly ascending producer. Opening the release with Lonely Now, a real summer warmer, building its momentum with chord progression and peaking into a spine tingling mix as the subtle urban lyrics of Jamal Dilmen rain down upon the chest pounding subby waves. On the flip is Ego, another liquid drenched roller but characterized with Felix’s more familiar tech growls and gravelly vibes, again complimented with vocals from Jamal but with a slightly more sinister undertone.

Since Felix’s debut EP on Addictive Behaviour he’s music has been turning heads with each and every release. Tipped as ‘one to watch’ by the likes of UKF and it’s no wonder why listening to these two top class productions. You can be sure to expect a whole lot more from Felix Raymon in the future.