Premiere: Stones Taro - Muddy Fish

Any rumblings or annoyance at being awoken at the crack of dawn soon evaporated when they reached the foot of the river.

Premiere: Stones Taro - Muddy Fish

Any rumblings or annoyance at being awoken at the crack of dawn soon evaporated when they reached the foot of the river.

Any rumblings or annoyance at being awoken at the crack of dawn soon evaporated when they reached the foot of the river. The sun was protected by a soft mist that drifted softly above the calm waters; it felt peaceful, magical even. This is where they'd post up for the foreseeable, rods and camping chairs in tow; it was the perfect spot to patiently watch the day go by, and hopefully catch a fish or two...

Last year Southeast London's Yam Records kicked off their BAM (Body Action Music) series as a means to share no nonsense DJ-focused tracks, cut for the dance floor. They follow up the first instalment from Bristol's Human Resources with a four tracker from Kyoto-based producer and Scuffed Records alumni Stones Taro. With a penchant for jungle, breaks, UKG and house, Taro breathes new life into these styles, crafting a collection of club-ready tracks that celebrate the quintessential sounds of the UK clubland.


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