The prodigious 20-year old South East Londoner Tom Misch releases 'Beat Tape 2' through his own label Beyond The Groove. The project is a soulful extension of the themes explored on 'Beat Tape 1', this time featuring a host of collaborations including Carmody, the beautifully delicate soulful singer who just happens to be one of his friends older sister; fast-rising wordsmith, Loyle Carner and Melbourne native Jordan Rakei, who since striking a friendship up with Tom online, has taken the plunge and moved from Oz to East Dulwich himself. 'Beat Tape 2' follows a string of well-received releases since its predecessor 'Beat Tape 1', including his Out To Sea E.P with Carmody, a white label release on hip-hop label Soulection, collaborations with the likes of Bearcubs and reworks of Mos Def and Busta Rhymes. On 'Beat Tape 2', Tom has evolved his sound from its origins in Boom Bap hip-hop stylings of producers like J Dilla to encompass his diverse range of influences. Tom's music finds the sweet spot between electronica, hip-hop and acoustic, predominantly linked by a single quality: soul.