Latmun delivers the two-track ‘Try Stop Me’ EP on Kaluki: a pair of twisted rollers that aim to demonstrate his production prowess. The UK producer started to make his mark through his interpretation of house music and both his DJ sets and productions are characterised by a coherent energy, with his grooves the key component on how he hopes to captivate dancefloors.
Key milestones of his career to date include his ‘Def EP’ on VIVa which still apparently still gets played by the likes of Skream, Claptone, Claude VonStroke and Mathias Tanzmann and his remix of Green Velvet's ‘Flash’, right up to recent releases on a diverse range of labels such as Repopulate Mars, elrow, Hot Creations, Emerald City and Snatch!.
Out on Kaluki now, lead track ‘Try Stop Me’ is a tech house tune with a rolling bassline, percussion, chopped vocals and a breakdown complete with steadily rising synths. ‘Honey’ is another heady, trippy cut, with a sultry vocal, punchy drums and a subtle, warped acid line bubbling along in the background.