After a five-month delay, Curumin's sophomore full-length, JapanPopShow, is ready to drop on October 7 and finds the Brazil-based producer weaving a few strains of pop into his dense instrumentation. The word “compacto” doesn't yield any results in an online translation program, and if you don't speak Portuguese you won't know what this guy is singing about, but everyone can enjoy the mellow guitar strumming and dubbed-out rhythms that make up this track, along with a little scratching and vocal manipulation. This song makes us want to grab a cocktail and hit the beach.
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