Daily Discovery #97: Tamu Massif

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Daily Discovery #97: Tamu Massif

A tranquil blend of electronics and spoken word, untangle your mind with TAMU MASSIF.

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Tamu Massif has released perhaps his best piece of work yet. When the Bristol based artist performed at Dot to Dot festival in Bristol, his style was incredibly effortless. It can be hard to engage an audience with faders, pedals and a computer screen; but his performance was captivating.

The same goes for Rare Candy. Tamu Massif walks out of the darkness to insist you’re all ears with the first play of the track. His voice is slightly muffled, whispering to you in hiding, but it soon gets clearer and you’re locked in to his effortless and calming vocal style. It’s spoken word blended with the slow and soft melodic floating notes for the chorus. A pleasing hallucination away from your computer screen.

Here’s one of his previous releases from this year, OK:

He’s on tour supporting Felix Riebl from the 25th November until the beginning of December visiting many cities up and down the country. Tickets available here.