Al fresco techno.
The Detroit producer crafted both tracks using Roland Boutique synths – inexpensive miniature recreations of classic Roland synths – in his own backyard, with bright and blocky stomper ‘Muggy Detroit Heat’ serving as a nod to the city’s famously oppressive summer weather.
Omar released his fifth album The Best back in March, which is the follow-up to 2013’s celebrated LP Thank You For Letting Me Be Myself. Prior to that, he had been filling his time with numerous EPs and mixes, including this banger-packed blend.
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