Album: The Very Best, MTMTMK (Mosh Moshi)
Album two from the duo comprised of Malawi's Esau Mwamwaya and London-based producer Johan Hugo and it's not getting any easier to describe their sound.
Hi-life indie? Afro-trance? Funk-tronica? Whatever you call it, The Very Best emit a noise any festival tent would be proud of. On record, this is a joyous burst of blissed-out world pop, and MTMTMK (nope, no idea) should broaden their appeal to take in Vampire Weekend and Fela fans alike.
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