Having just released his debut EP, High Ceilings, Mom Tudie – a young producer from South London – is already making waves. We caught up with him ahead of his performance at Tola next month to find out a little more about him via some quick-fire questions…

Mom Tudie is a 23 year old producer from South London. He grew up creating music from a young age – Jazz, pop, hip-hop and soul – learning from family and friends. After teaching himself to produce, Mom’s music grew into what it is today, with his nearest and dearest playing an important role in its beginnings and its evolution.

Having just released his debut EP, High Ceilings, which included single ‘Heavey’, we caught up with the artist to find out a little more about him ahead of his performance at Tola in July.

Three words to describe my music
Jazzy, DIY, R&B

Last photo on your phone…
A picture of a beard trimmer my mates mum recommended to me. A subtle hint me thinks

Favourite instagram account…
Has to be Lewis Capaldi

The best venue I’ve played…
I played at a basement bar in Tokyo to about 15 people on some old half- broken DJ equipment. There was the nicest and friendliest atmosphere, even tho it was sounding a bit ropey with said equipment.

Earliest song you remember…
All my Life – KC and Jojo, absolute screamer

The worst job I’ve ever had…
I was a stripper on a vineyard in New Zealand…. stripping the vines from the ground once they had died. The boss didn’t like me because I was english, and I got paid something like 22cent per plant, so much fun

Favourite food on tour…
On my imaginary world tour i just got back from, i really enjoyed the sushi in Japan, and the calamari in Italy

My Favourite word…
Stitious … I’m not Superstitious, just Stitious

Things that cheer me up…
Tucking my tracksuit bottoms into my socks just before putting my slippers on, just after getting back from a long day at work.

If I could play a gig anywhere it would be…
Koko, Camden

I think you should listen to…
Eriksson Kaner

If I could see anyone play live it would be…
Robert Glasper or Bill Lawrence playing the piano in my front room. Maybe both of them at the same time?

High Ceilings is out now. Grab tickets for his upcoming performance at Tola here.