Jun Kamoda has been a solid contributor to Japanâ€™s electronic music scene for quite some time. Producing under his Illreme moniker for over 15 years & also as member of Hip Hop trio Baleine 3000. He is also a cartoon illustrator for Japanese independent magazine 'Usca'. 2016 saw him release 'The Clay EP' (with *that* Physical Graffiti tune) on New York's seminal imprint Mister Saturday Night as well as a track for a Dirt Crew Recordings compilation. Having recently remixed Clap! Clap!'s 'Hope', Jun Kamodaâ€™s debut for Black Acre is set for release in June.
Infectious licks and raw drums come together to form 'Blind Disco', an animated production that blends a cacophony of samples into a raucous party jam. 'Ramen Funk' is a moodier cut by comparison, featuring a medley of percussive elements, vibrant guitar melodies and a seedy bassline, until 'Savanna On The Palm' chops up and loops a wailing vocal sample before leading into echoing chords and a twisted groove in a mesmerising conclusion.