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Vancouver's Pomo Returns with Burbling New Track "Blue Soda (Part 2)"

From the HW&W producer's upcoming 'Tempo Dreams' compilation on Bastard Jazz.

by Max Mertens
Feb 4 2016, 4:10pm

Photo by Olivier Drouin

It's only February, but Vancouver's Pomo (a.k.a. David Pimental) is having a productive year. He produced Anderson .Paak's ScHoolboy Q-assisted "Am I Wrong," a standout from the California rapper and singer-songwriter's album Malibu, and this week his 2014 EP The Other Day received a JUNO Award nomination for Electronic Album of the Year. He's also currently opening for Disclosure on the UK duo's European tour.

Now he's teamed up with NYC imprint Bastard Jazz to present the fourth volume of their Tempo Dreams compilation series, an album featuring exclusive tracks from friends and up-and-coming collaborators such as Lindsay Lowend, Aloka, Exmag, Syre, Daniel Crawford, FVLCRVM, and more.

It also includes original music from the HW&W member himself, and we're premiering "Blue Soda (Part 2)" today, which fans of the producer's burbling disco-funk sounds will enjoy.

Listen to the track below, which will be available as a 7" on Feb. 5, and preorder Pomo Presents: Tempo Dreams Vol 4 (out Mar. 25) here.

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