Lazarusman’s poetry feels defiantly emotional in these days of cold, hard facts. And it is a pleasure to hear it spun out across Jay Hill’s warmly embracing set of keys, which at once recall the 1990’s yet pulse throughout with visions of the future. It’s a fierce experience for sure accompanied by a surprisingly uncomplicated arrangement, given the power it supplies, connecting addictive qualities to melody and meaning. Remixed by Richy Ahmed who squares the deal via a viciously, beautiful bassline plus additional percussion, generous big-time stabs and a bag full of attitude on his typically first-rate reworking.
Release: February 22