Listen to Ta-ku and Wafia's latest, plus a big remix of Meet In The Middle from Ekali

Listen to Ta-ku and Wafia's latest, plus a big remix of Meet In The Middle from Ekali

The freshest taste of upcoming (m)edian EP.

Western Australian producer Ta-ku, the wholly alluring subject of a recent, brilliant Pilerats feature, and Brisbane vocalist Wafia (herself the focus of an ethereal Pile TV Live Session) are currently preparing the release of collaborative (m)edian EP on August 5 — and have premiered latest single Love Somebody overnight, via Pitchfork. Finding a menacing Ta-ku production perfectly accompanying the rapturous haziness of Wafia's vocal talents, Love Somebody is yet another brilliant showing from the dual Australian talents, all set to thrust the pairing out on the World stage.

Adding to the anticipation for the release of (m)edian EP this coming Friday, rising Vancouver producer Ekali has turned back to revisit previous Ta-ku and Wafia single Meet in the Middle with a characteristically bombastic flip, leaving Wafia's extraordinary vocals intact while transforming Ta-Ku's production with layers of Ekali signature horns, synths and drums. Hear the Ekali remix to Meet in the Middle below, and watch for the release of (m)edian EP on August 5.

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