Thoma Bulwer returns with 'Jandaze'; his latest EP via Parasol Culture featuring long-time partner in crime Anna Wall. It follows Parasol 001 their first joint vinyl release, that sold out on the shelves gaining support from the likes of Mood II Swing and Cab Drivers plus on the airwaves via NTS. Their 'Jandaze' EP has already been doing the rounds on the DJ circuit in Hackney Wick and beyond. 'Patience' was the result of a late night jam session with sync boxes, groove benders and the classic TR-909. After much fine-tuning, it's been tried and tested by Cinthie on her recent Australia tour and is set to be a staple club cut for this summer. Although 'Insouciant' means a casual lack of concert, a lot of work went into making this one. It's the most laid-back of the bunch, with Smallville-esque Juno 106 melodies perfect for the afterparty or warm up session. This goes out to the post-NYD loft party crew in The Wick where it was played for the first time. Try pronouncing this one at 7am in the morning...
'Fridge Speed' is a minimal house cut influenced by Thoma's garage roots. Think rudely placed analogue synth stab melodies, 'tuff' skippy drums and big subs ideal for early hours and 'it's a London thing' house sets. 'Egress' was made with long jam takes from Thoma's modular system. Deep, dubby beats, evolving synths and textures make up this track that's been road-tested on the world famous Fabric Room 1 sound system by Voigtmann in his extended set before Ricardo Villalobos. Current support comes from Maya Jane Coles, Archie Hamilton Franck, Roger, Cinthie, Voigtmann, John Dimas.