Rising French producer Arno Cost just made his Enroute Records debut with his summery house anthem “Entrevue.” Enlisting production aid from Quentyn and Antoine Larsen who just released their celebrated single “Why,” this formidable French collaboration is a sophisticated boogie.

Blending elements of filter-house with touches of disco and indietronica, “Entrevue” is armed with tricky synth work, sweeping electric guitars, and steady-moving drum patterns. Aside from whispering vocal samples, “Entrevue” is a largely instrumental body of work that excels at establishing its dreamlike tone without any explicit singing. Ease into the simplicity of “Entrevue” below.