Joseph Deenmamode scored one of the albums of 2014 with the eponymously titled Mo Kolours effort released through One Handed Music. Given the critical praise for that album, you'd forgive the Mauritian-English musician wanting to take some time away from the spotlight, but if anything its spurred him onto greater things. A fine single issued over the summer, How I (Rhythm Love Affair), is now followed by the second Mo Kolours album Texture Like Sun, which presents a more confident (and dare we say less stoned) Deenmamode. Across eighteen tracks the Mo Kolours sound touches on house, dub, hip hop and soul delivered with the panache of the West Coast beat scene and largely populated by Deenmamode's own soulful croon. There are some killer skits along the way ("Where's The Salad" in particular) and a fine cover of The Stranglers cover from which the album takes its name.