Both Mak and Pasteman have shown that they have the ability to function on a highly successful level as solo artists, but they’re really at their best when that ampersand connects their respective monikers. At some point in the coming weeks or months, the duo will let loose and independently released white label featuring two brand new tracks. The a-side will feature a rework of Kendrick Lamar’s “Swimming Pools (Drank)” (potentially titled “Jimmy Kendrick’s”) while the b-side will be be focused around Whitney Houston’s “It’s Not Right But It’s Okay”. For now, the white label, tentatively titled MAP001, has no release date, but in the meantime, you can grab “Chunky” for free right now. The track is a throwback of sorts in its simple composition and retro-sounding chords, but its focus on bass weight aligns it more with contemporary houses like Hypercolour and Dirtybird. Stream and download “Chunky” below and listen to a radio rip of “Jimmy Kendrick’s” after the jump.