UK deep house label Inermu, owned by talented prospect James Dexter, has recently put out their 10th release which comes from Dutch producer Toman. Inermu, which saw the light of life back in 2015, has already released some serious beats from the likes of Liam Geddes, Gwylim Owen, Chris Stussy and of course the bossman himself. The latest release comes as a package of three originals with a remix from James Dexter.
Toman - Destino EP
"Destino" is a sheer definition of a smooth deep house tune with a lovely summer feeling. Warm analogue bass is nicely combined with atmospheric pads and simple drum pattern. The second original track is called "Up The Crane" and it features similar vibe as an opening tune. The relatively basic groove is surrounded by pulsating pads and layered with a dynamic stabby bass line.
"Taxi 244" brings out mellow emotions with its subtle pad and glitchy cuts. The solid groove is glued with sublime bass and occasional tom shots which are later on joined by swingy synth and hats. Labels boss James has reworked the first tune on the release producing his signature organic percussions driven by a strong low end.
Destino EP delivers four quality deep house tunes that follow "less is more" rule. These records were released on 15th January and you can already grab your copy HERE.