The Miami-Native has his eyes on the prize.
We’ve been fans of the soulful, eclectic style of Tommi Waring since he shared the hazy pop banger “Miami” last year.
A multi-instrumentalist and self-producing music obsessive, it wasn’t long before Tommi began searching for a path to create and release his music. He took the decision to relocate to London, where he has spent his time working with a number of musical creatives, before developing an effective working relationship with mix engineer Julian Blanco of Soho Sonic Studios (The studio have previously worked with the likes of Idris Elba, Diplo & Lethal bizzle).
Since then, the Miami-natives output has been nothing short of mesmeric. The follow-up was the groove-rich flavour of “Dangerous”, exploring Tommi’s love for analogue synths in a feel good musical vehicle. Next on the agenda, it’s the sultry groove of “Forever”. The track feels like the final evolution of the Tommi Waring sound. Delicately balanced between electronic and organic instrumentation, the piece expertly employs string sections, juxtaposing the programmed drums and warm, analogue synth chords.