At this point, fusing late 90s neo-soul aesthetics with the squelchy sonic architecture of future bass is a fairly well-trod path. Here's the thing though, a song doesn't have to be innovative, experimental or progressive to be good, sometimes you've just got to own what you do, which is exactly what Melbourne producer and instrumentalist Tentendo and a mystery vocalist are up to with the Soulquarianesque melodies and wonky beatscapes of 'One Stop Shop' - a song about "hanging on to a past relationship even though you know it's toxic." Long story short, it's about as Melbourne as you can get in three minutes and fifty-five seconds.

Coming from a background in live music, Tentendo started producing after a wrist injury made playing bass guitar impossible for him for a period of time. Influenced by the likes of Taylor Mcferrin, Flying Lotus, J Dilla and The Roots, over the last year, he's been working with Melbourne soul/RnB act Billy Davis (who he plays bass and produces for). He's also shared stages with Anderson Paak and Blackalicious, and is producing Billy Davis affiliates Blasko and Jordan Dennis, while also launching his own solo career.