Tokyo's Jun Kamoda is the latest artist to join the ever-expanding Mister Saturday Night family. The Japanese producer was invited to contribute to Eamon Harkin and Justin Carter's label after partying with the duo in New York last year. There's much to admire on The Clay EP, starting with the driving-but-wonky, hard-to-describe madness of "Physical Grafiti" (think bombastic, chopped-up disco loops, restless electronics, rubbery bass, layered handclaps and delay-laden vocal snippets). He moves towards Aunti Flo territory on the pulsating, jackin' Afro-house sweatiness of "The Clay", before closing proceedings with some more cosmic, disco-not-disco-meets-house action (the looped vocal yelps, tight beats and distorted samples of "Excitus"). Utterly bonkers, all told, but all the more brilliant for it.