Manami readies debut full length EP on Viscera
The rising artist will release a three track EP accompanied by a remix from Adam Pits next month.
Viscera have announced the launch of their new record label, an offshoot of the highly successful magazine and party series which will act as an outlet from them to release music from rising musicians, friends and artists. Titled Viscera Transmissions, the label will kick things off with the release of an EP from Manami, a Bristol based producer who has been hotly tipped.
Originating from Japan, Manami is a classically trained pianist who was raised in the UK. She gravitated towards dance music and club culture, drawing upon influences from the city around her. She’s hosted and promoted parties under the guise of Better Days and has appeared at venues across the UK including Warehouse Project, Motion, Printworks and Phonox.
This is her first full length EP and is titled ‘Eventide In Orbit’. It features tripped out cosmic elements, paying homage to early trance, prog, house and leftfield electronics of the 90’s.
The record is neatly wrapped up with a remix from Adam Pits, following recent outings on X-Kalay, Holding Hands and Seven Hills. Available June 3rd.
Buy the EP HERE.