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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