This latest bit of malegazetronica from Omar S sees him continuing down the lo-fi house path that he’s been walking for the past couple of years. ‘Tap Dat Ass’ is as erstwhile and obtuse as anything the Detroit honcho has come up with. Built from little more than a click-clacking minimal techno groove and muted samples that could have been drawn from some dusty old Cab Calloway records, it feels like this release is allowing us a window into Omar S’s process as much as it is offering us new material. It’s kind of like listening to Motor City Drum Ensemble through a wall. ‘Odawa’ is a little more sprightly and sounds like a bonus beat from his excellent 2016 LP The Best. Curious - but engaging - stuff from a singular talent.