Last Japan "Float"
On his forthcoming Darsk EP, London's Last Japan once again seems keen to show that he is not a one-sided producer, touching on thick grime beats, shuffling bass, and a few points in between during the course of his five-track effort. The appropriately titled "Float" closes the EP in a decidedly space-age fashion, matching reverb-soaked melodies and percussion with a set of rich, droning chords, and just enough resonating sub-bass to keep the track equally appropriate for dancefloor play and late-night smoke sessions. A full stream of Last Japan's Darsk EP can be heard after the jump before the record officially drops on July 15.
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