Tamango Records is a new label from Yaya, and right from the first release it already makes a big mark. Yaya, if you didn’t know, is an Italian who has grown up with a musical father and so really knows how to lay down a killer drum line. He has had success with music on Hummingbird and Desolat amongst others and now showcases his rubbery minimal style across three killer new cuts.
13K is the first one out of the blocks and is a nice deep cut with weird synth lines, soft drums and scattered hits that really hypnotise you over their nearly nine minute length.
Delirio Habanero then ups the ante with more lovely synthetic sounds all stretched and bent into wavy and wonky grooves of minimal techno. Rasping synths rub up with bobbling drums and the whole thing makes you move your rump.
Last of all, Gente De La Calle gets all sacked out and eerie with spacious grooves, sci-fi sounds and abstract sound designs all making for a colourful and intergalactic experience. As such this is a great way to kick off a new label.