Ever since his debut EP And The Sun Rose Out dropped back in March last year, London’s Yemi Olagbaiye has been gaining praise left, right and center for his unique blend of House and Experimental Bass music. Caught somewhere between James Blake, Actress and Julio B, his colourful vibes have already been praised and played out by the likes of BBC Radio DJ’s Mary Anne Hobbs and Gilles Peterson. Following on from his debut release on Brighton-based House label Blah Blah Blah back in March, Yemi is back with a shimmering 2-track House affair, soaked in energy and dance-floor sentiment. Brighton-based producer Lorca provides a characteristically swarve remix alongside. Resident Advisor has already given it a strong thumbs up, and we can only do the same.
Blacksmif’s How The Fly Saved The River/Kang’s Odyssey is available to buy from Jan 28th via Blah Blah Blah. You can stream all three tracks below until then: