British producer Iglooghost has today shared the video for new single “Clear Tamei”, lifted from his forthcoming Clear Tamei and Steel Mogu dual EPs—the back-to-back follow-ups to his 2017 full-length debut Neō Wax Bloom—out August 8. 

In the Luke Gibson-directed “”Clear Tamei”” video—title track of the Clear Tamei half of the forthcoming dual release—we see Iglooghost communicating with otherworldly floating beings in a mysterious ritual. He is slowly drained of his energy into unconsciousness. 

Speaking to The FADER, Iglooghost discloses that “Clear Tamei is a song about some floating beings called Mogu and Tamei that I sometimes accidentally invite into my room when I’m trying to make up words for songs. When they come over it makes me feel really tired and my skin gets pink bruises and I always fall asleep. This song is sometimes really slow and really fast and I imagine that the song is see-through with glowing guts.

Iglooghost’s Clear Tamei and Steel Mogu double features are set in Mamu, 3,000 years prior to the events of Neō Wax Bloom. As ever, the releases are paired with original artwork and multimedia storyline material that feed into Iglooghost’s ever-expanding narrative.

In the few short years since releasing his debut EP on Flying Lotus’ Brainfeeder label at just 18 years old in 2015, Iglooghost has established himself as a highly innovative electronic producer with his outlandish blend of footwork, IDM, hip-hop, bass, 2-step, and more within the bizarre cartoon-ish universe in which his stories unfold.

Clear Tamei EP and Steel Mogu EP will both land on August 8, with the “Clear Tamei”” video streaming in full below—or here for EU readers due to temporary GDPR restrictions. 

Iglooghost—Clear Tamei EP

August 8 (Self-Released)


01. Påleo Mamu

02. New Vectors

03. Clear Tamei

04. Namā

05. Shrine Hacker (feat. Babii)

Iglooghost—Steel Mogu EP

August 8 (Self-Released)


01. First Vōids

02. Steel Mogu

03. Black Light Ultra

04. Mei Mode

05. Niteracer