Future Bass Artists Oriental Cravings To Release Nomad (ft. Luna May) in Asia via Umami Records

Give Nomad a listen now on Spotify and Apple Music.
Spotify: http://spoti.fi/2lU8R9R
Apple Music: http://apple.co/2lU9bWm

February 17 2017 – Umami Records is proud to announce the addition of electronic music artists, Oriental Cravings, to its release roster with the track Nomad (featuring Luna May).The song will be digitally available in Asia by Umami Records on all major streaming platforms.

Nomad is a cathartic future-bass thumper of a track that features the soulful vocals of Luna May, another Triple J-endorsed artist. Nomad shows what people have been suspecting all along – that the duo really know how to create a rollicking good vibe for both your headphones and house party.

Umami Records will continue to work with Oriental Cravings on potential future releases – so stay tuned to this space.

“You’re going to want to keep your eyes open for what they’ve got planned next” – triple j

“With production and vocals as good as are on display in Nomad, it’s only a matter of time until the names Oriental Cravings and Luna May are known by many more people.” – By the Wavs

“the future for Perth-based duo Oriental Cravings looks promising” – pilerats

“artists we think everyone needs to keep an eye on” – Acid Stag

About Oriental Cravings
Oriental Cravings (OC) is made up of an Australia-based duo, Quincy and Yujin, hailing from Indonesia and Malaysia respectively. The moniker was borne from a mutual hunger for good music and food, making future beats with a side of red meat. Whether you think the name reflects an Asian identity in a foreign land, or reaffirms the convergence of east-west influences, everyone agrees that the armchair theorising stops when the music is played. The duo makes polished future bass that avoids the usual genre -or cultural- trappings, and have been gaining critical plaudits as a result. Oriental Cravings’ releases have been carried by forward-looking tastemakers like Future Bass Records (Utopia), OTODAYO Records (Sonic), and The South East Grind (Python).