"We built the tracks for our live set and both of us tested them out in many of our DJ sets. The names Tunga and Shipibo are both based in Amazonian tribes that use shamanic rituals for visionary insight And there you have the origin, straight from False Image themselves (Tom Clark & Noah Pred), of their second coming on Get Physical Tunga EP. The title track opens with a kick and jazzy hats - leading us into a word of organic groove made of deepened bass and lively percussion. The raw synths jump around the beat like the flame of a candle, grabbing our attention and holding it there; and from the darkest corner of the night, we look to the world with primitive eyes and enjoy the pure rhythm of Tunga. B-Mode takes us for quite a ride through the wilderness of sound. From the opening kick & clap combo to the wiggling synth leads, then on to the basic rhythmic synth as the munchy bass line consumes us all. 'B-mode' - for when it's time to just be. The final track of the EP evokes a deeper spirit, with its climbing chord-work and constant percussive drive, it has become the night we are just visitors who have come to see the stars glow.