Toma Kami on a mad one on his own label.
‘Saturday Night’ on the B side is the winner here imo, with big syncopated kicks, incomprehensible vocal stabs and a swelling Shephard tone (that manages to be pretty fucking exciting instead of the usual cheese when that sort of thing usually appears on a track). Absolute banger. The rest of the EP strays a little more into bass music territory than the other releases on the label but still has its house leanings. Endorsed by pretty much anyone who hears it. By now you should know to check all the Man Band 12”s, don’t be a dum dum. TIIIP!
12" vinyl single.
A1 Side Hustle
A2 Safe Room
B1 Naturday Sight