Reginald Omas Mamode IV – Do You? E.P.

South-London electronic soul man Reginald Omas Mamode IV is a new favourite of ours here at Stamp. After seemingly popping up out of the blue on Gilles Peterson’s last Brownswood Bubblers compilation back in August, the producer/singer/songwriter has recently been making waves with his brilliant debut Do You? E.P. released earlier this November. His style is soaked in 70’s soul, funk, jazz nostalgia with a mix of J Dilla type production and balmy vocals akin to Bilal and D’Angelo. Needless to say there’s also a UK twist on things which really makes him a super exciting artist for 2013. Stand out tracks on the E.P. for us are Do You? and Telling Me. You can give the whole thing a listen below, plus a warming cover of Roy Ayers’ Keep On Walking above.

We’ve also got some seriously exclusive treats in store for the next few days here on Stamp. Reginald Omas Mamode IV is kindly curating tomorrow’s Monday Morning Mixtape, to gently ease you into a new week. PLUS we have an in-depth interview with the man himself dropping shortly after so keep it locked people.

Release Info: The Do You E.P. is out on Five Easy Pieces and you can grab it from their Bandcamp here.

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  • […] Yesterday we gave you a little taste of cosmic-soul newcomer Reginald Omas Mamode IV, whose electronic blend of funk, jazz, soul and hip-hop has been lightening up 2013 for a lot of music lovers. The South-London based intergalactic producer/singer-songwriter cruised onto our radar back in August with a tropical funk groove called Do You? that appeared on Gilles Peterson’s Brownswood Bubblers Ten compilation. It built enough buzz for forward-thinking experimental pop label Five Easy Pieces (Citizen, fLako, Tropics) to pounce on the golden talent and put out his debut release, the Do You? E.P., earlier this November. […]