Jun Kamoda has been a solid contributor to Japan’s electronic music scene for quite some time. Producing
under his Illreme moniker for over 15 years & also as member of Hip Hop trio Baleine 3000. He is also a
cartoon illustrator for Japanese independent magazine ‘Usca’.
2016 saw him release ‘The Clay EP’ (with *that* Physical Graffiti tune) on New York’s seminal imprint
Mister Saturday Night as well as a track for a Dirt Crew Recordings compilation. Having recently remixed
Clap! Clap!'s 'Hope', Jun Kamoda’s debut for Black Acre is set for release in June.
Infectious licks and raw drums come together to form ‘Blind Disco’, an animated production that blends a
cacophony of samples into a raucous party jam. ‘Ramen Funk’ is a moodier cut by comparison, featuring a
medley of percussive elements, vibrant guitar melodies and a seedy bassline, until ‘Savanna On The Palm’
chops up and loops a wailing vocal sample before leading into echoing chords and a twisted groove in a