Ever-reliable Bristol label Livity Sound will release Toma Kami’s new EP ‘Negative Extasy’ this Friday 28th June.
The label’s first release of 2019 – following superb outings from Laurel Halo & Hodge, Facta, Cando, Forest Drive West and more last year – ‘Negative Extasy’ finds Toma Kami on particularly percussive form, bouncing from sharp, dubby trips to the headier hard-drum energy of the title track.
Like 2018’s ‘Sharp Tool In The Shed / Land Of The Insane’, also released on Livity Sound, this four-tracker is rhythmically complex and colourful, making for a perfect dancefloor warm-up material. No better example than ‘Aces’, with its swelling synth chords and skittish percussion. Check it out below.
The title track from the EP also recently featured in a recent mix from Kazakhstan’s Nazira as part of our Fresh Kicks series, fitting like a glove in her set of kaleidoscopic techno. Check it out here.
Pre-order ‘Negative Ecstasy’ here.
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