On the A-side, “Trickle Down” showcases a somewhat deeper Tarsius sound with an ominous bassline, but still focused on the live percussive sounds of Jay Gapasin. “Cerium” on the other hand, is their signature take on dance music - rolling, bouncy, with wild drums and clear breaks to get a crowd moving. The B-side shows a mellow and more emotive side of Tarsius with the track AM. Organic sounding drums over a melody that was inspired by an obscure 1970s Filipino composer make the perfect track for ending a night. To cap off the release we have "Manuel Fischer’s Farang Kee-Nok Remix” of AM, which showcases his taste for drum machine programming, giving the track a dance floor treatment whilst retaining the original melody and character of the track - dreamy, light and utopian - best listened to at sunset or sunrise on some tropical paradise in Asia.
Vinyl-only, limited to 300 copies