8 TRACKS: OF 90'S UNDERGROUND JAPANESE DANCE MUSIC WITH JUN KAMODA

This month marked the release of a new EP on Black Acre, an infamous record label with an aspirational taste for the odd.

8 TRACKS: OF 90'S UNDERGROUND JAPANESE DANCE MUSIC WITH JUN KAMODA

This month marked the release of a new EP on Black Acre, an infamous record label with an aspirational taste for the odd.

This month marked the release of a new EP on Black Acre, an infamous record label with an aspirational taste for the odd. However, their latest EP came in the form of three tracks from Jun Kamoda and demonstrated that the label still has a penchant for summer months spent on the dancefloor. The Japanese producer teamed up with the Bristol label to release an EP rife with exotic samples and inspired licks. This one was purpose built for the clubs, a release packed with interesting twists and turns. 

We caught up with him with as he talks underground dance in Japan. 


Buy the release HERE

SMURF OTOKO GUMI PRELUDE: W.A. MOZART "RONDO ALLA TURKA"

It's very pure bass music! Sumurf Otoko Gumi’s Japanese electro funk band covered a Mozart tune using only 808 bass kicks. The bass track has been influenced by Miami Bass. It’s Tokyo’s answer to the Miami Bass scene.

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