Scattermusic is hyped to present its 24th official release, a long overdue EP from respected Melbourne tropical flavor purveyor; Tomderson. From backyard bungalows to nightclubs to festival stages, using shoes as drinking-aids and hommus as kryptonite – Tomderson, is not your average club jock. Touching on and corrupting Tropical Bass, Moombahton, World House, Dancehall, Trap and Hip Hop without-a-flinch to please the masses with every release.
Congo Drum features Tom teaming up with Melbourne MC Di Apprentice to create the perfect blend of tough dancehall vocals with even tougher club drums, drawing on elements of Moombahton and Twerk while skillfully dodging the most obvious tricks. It’s the future soundtrack to late nights in dark clubs where music from around the globe collides like tropical fruit, rum and ice in a blender.
Remixes come courtesy of Matt Sofo (one of Melbourne’s most notorious “big room” producers) who flips the track into a stomping rave anthem, more suitable for a festival main stage than a dark nightclub. Secondly New York’s DJ Melo (Sol Selectahs / Kingman Fire / Moombahton Massive) who adds some moodier elements and cools thing out into the perfect club tool.