ALBUM: Lapalux – Many Faces Out Of Focus

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Let it never be said that Essex can’t produce it’s own fair share of the achingly elegant. A notion demonstrated most aptly by 22 year old producer Lapalux; whose  brittle weaving together  of thoughts and moments makes for a woozy post-genre electronica , carelessly ethereal and goofed out on ketamine. Lazy comparisons could be drawn to Shlohmo  and Klavierwerke era James Blake but it’s a mutual source of inspiration rather than a tacky imitation.It’s out on the 18th of this month on Pictures Music, so go get dat ass.

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