Brazil's Classmatic and Pemax combine to deliver their groove-focused, four track EP 'Banannas' on Roush this May. Rising names within Brazil's ever-evolving music scene, Classmatic and Pemax previously collaborated as part of the 'Hip House' EP on Riva Starr's thriving Brock Wild imprint, whilst releasing solo material on the likes of Be One Limited and Hall Of Fame Records. Their emergence onto the scene hasn't gone unnoticed either, with heavy support from artists including Latmun, Wade, Amine Edge & DANCE, and most importantly Hector Couto, who welcomes the duo to Roush for their debut offering on the label. Lead track 'Banannas' is a slick, percussive cut that fluently combines organic percussion shots with delicate hats, whilst 'Anotha School Shit' raises the energy, keeping the groove ticking whilst introducing hooky vocal samples, rolling snares and thumping low ends.
'Flip' shakes things up; introducing metallic drum licks that merge with funk heavy stabs, before the drum- focused 'Quarter Pounder' rounds things out in an energetic and lively fashion.
Classmatic & Pemax 'Banannas' is out on Roush on 7th May 2018.