Fantast – Tush
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Fantast – Tush

Fantast – Tush

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Fantast - Tush

Emerging from the Toronto warehouse scene, Tush is a rising electronic music act powered by Kamilah Apong and Jamie Kidd. Taking inspiration from electro funk, early disco, post-punk and ’90s house; their debut album ‘Fantast’ embodies the rawness, vulnerability, and intimacy of the dancefloor.
‘Fantast’ kicks off with the slow burning ‘Wavy Baby’, an invitation to get close, get intimate and submit to the groove: “Vulnerability is the key to us getting to that next step of intimacy”. Up next is lead single ‘Chrysalis’, a high octane ride through a technicolour fantasy world of heady synths and driving rhythms that propel Kamilah’s voice into an erotic stratosphere.
‘Don’t Be Afraid’ is about having the courage to love defiantly, urgently, and with intention. Driven by Jamie’s infectious bass lines and FX blasts, it smoothly transforms into an uplifting gospel-infused track.
Two high points of the album, ‘Jessica F***’ and ‘Marathons’, highlight Tush doing what they do best. These tracks are the sound of the warehouse scene that birthed the project in the first place and the late night jam sessions that were full of possibility pre-pandemic. Here, Tush really stretch their improvisational muscles – the interplay of raw soulful vocals, hypnotic basslines, synth pads, and heavy disco rhythms is at the core of what makes them so invigorating.
‘Fantast’ closes with the uplifting sunrise energy of ‘My Joy’, the light at the end of the tunnel. “This song is enchanted by the backing vocals of my friends and chosen family, who are my cornerstones to working through the wonderful mess that I am”. Kamilah adds “The track gives me this feeling that – no matter how hard the world tries to beat it out of me – I can and I have had to work hard to cultivate my own happiness in my own sacred spaces – one of those being Tush. Ultimately, this is all I really need”.
“Jam-packed with dancefloor-ready cuts…slick and soulful…empowering nu-disco anthems” Electronic Sound — “An incredibly uplifting and exhilarating debut 4/5” Louder Than War — “Tush wows with dance-floor variety” 48 Hills — “Auspicious debut from an outfit that will be rocking dance floors for a long time 8/10” Exclaim —

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