their ep for hypercolour/glass table associated label, losing suki, last month was enough for me to want a teshcast from this pair immediately. read the review, but it ably displayed a range of fresh bass styles which the series has thusfar lacked. when installent j landed, though, that was instantly rectified.
the internet yields very little in the way of information about kamo. in fact the only thing i know about the production moniker is that it belongs to two manchester based aussies. this marks their first release on boutique hypercolour off-shoot losing suki, and surely the arrival of a name to watch for the assuredness of the records on offer.