Fun fact: a nguzu nguzu is a figurehead traditionally placed by Solomon Islanders at the front of canoes. The mythical totem would provide protection to the sailors during expeditions. Fittingly enough, Los Angeles beatsmiths Nguzunguzu are at the forefront of America’s bass-influenced music scene. The duo crafts immersive soundscapes that equally befit nature walks and nightclub jaunts, so long as you make sure to get sweaty during either.

Here’s the jungle (the location, not the genre) roaming track Nguzunguzu has dropped from their upcoming Warm Pulse EP, which is due out July 3 (digitally) and August 14 (CD / 12″) via Hippos in Tanks.

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