As soon as the opening track and recent single “The Well” issues forth, it becomes obvious that Reuben Tyghe is as adept at making pop music every bit as sophisticated as the ornate alt-rock he made with Porn Erin. But if the former band relied on weaving intricate musical lines and punctuating beats around each other’s playing, Mami Wata goes the other way and it is space that is the magic ingredient here…

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