Diggin’ This: Mono/Poly ft Kimbra – “Easy Living” (Co-Produced by Thundercat) (Naymlis Records)


Summertime, and the livin’ is easy.


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Having previously wowed the galaxy with the stainless steel bass of “When I’m Comin’ For Ya,” Bakersfield, California’s Charles E. Dickerson, otherwise known as Mono/Poly, returns with “Easy Living,” the second single to be taken from his forthcoming new album, Monotomic.



Featuring the voice of Kimbra and co-production by Thundercat (who masterfully adds a few of his delightful bass noodles to the track’s edges), “Easy Living” is laid-back and half-speed, a summertime future R&B cut that drives slow.



The best part is at 2:12 when all but those pulsed synth bass waves drop out and a new drum pattern offers an ultimatum, paired with an exquisite, intergalactic transmission of Kimbra‘s reversed vocals. 



Track of the day.



Mono/Poly ft Kimbra – “Easy Living”








Monotomic is out September 13 via Naymlis. Check out this Flying Lotus-filmed video of him rocking Low End Theory back in 2013 with his remix of Busta’s “Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Can See” here and listen to more from Mono/Poly as previously featured on DanDigs.com here.