320 kbps, LAME-encoded
'The ever-busy AUS Music continue to assert their consistency and follow up EPs from Tom Demac, Escape and Youandewan with the second offering on the label from Toronto born Bwana. Having kept his cards close to his chest during a 2 year hiatus from releasing music, Bwana broke the silence with his 'Flute Dreams' EP back in December of 2014 which offered a propitious insight into the second chapter of his anthology. Now returning with his 'Tengo' EP, he continues on form, reaffirming the benefits of patience and proving that he's an artist capable of touching many bases effectively. Continuing to widen the gulf between his original and current sound, the A side opens up with a pacy, Trance-minded thud that becomes coloured with thick, swooning melodies before 'Drop Mechanism' sets impassioned strings and sweeps over a thick, booming low-end. 'Due-West' then sets out a snapping, forthright groove that rounds up a rich and varied EP leaving us left wondering what else Bwana has tucked up his sleeve.