Choker Drops ‘Mono No Moto’ EP

blame it on Shake January 24, 2019

After capturing our attention in 2017 with his incredible PEAK debut, Choker kept things rolling into 2018 with Honeybloom. And now, with another full-length surely in the works, the Michigan-bred jack-of-all-trades will be releasing a trio of projects within the next three weeks as part of his Filling Space mini-series.

Starting today, Choker shares Mono No Moto, a three-track offering led by the soothing sounds of “Petrol Bliss.”

“There’s this moment eternized by Pascal Maitre; three Equato-Guinean girls standing side by side after their first communion,” Choker told FADER of the inspiration behind the series. “Each is wearing a white dress and a distinct pair of colored sunglasses. For months I would return to the photo to take whatever it gave, often textural ideas, an occasional melody or chord. Eventually the fragments came to be a whole and I had three projects sewn up, Mono No Moto being the first.”

Press play on Mono No Moto below and keep scrolling for the Pascal Maitre photograph that inspired it all.

PHOTO: Pascal Maitre