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Autodidact producer based in Marseille, Lois Lazur is a sound artist evolving on the borders of varied musical styles which rub shoulders and sometimes intersect, very gently.This first mini-album "Half Of A Hand" poses as a manifesto, subtly turning towards post-club music, structured around slow grooves where the bass is heavy and the percussions pile up on jerky rhythms.Always rhythmic, often very melodic and although sung, his electronic music with Indus, Acid and Dub sounds, illustrates a poetic and metaphysical aim: an invitation to encounter, to the inhibition of gender and class barriers on a variegated dancefloor and certainly caring.
Autodidact producer based in Marseille, Lois Lazur is a sound artist evolving on the borders of varied musical styles which rub shoulders and sometimes intersect, very gently.This first mini-album "Half Of A Hand" poses as a manifesto, subtly turning towards post-club music, structured around slow grooves where the bass is heavy and the percussions pile up on jerky rhythms.Always rhythmic, often very melodic and although sung, his electronic music with Indus, Acid and Dub sounds, illustrates a poetic and metaphysical aim: an invitation to encounter, to the inhibition of gender and class barriers on a variegated dancefloor and certainly caring.
3700398729978
Los Lazur - Half Of A Hand [Clear Vinyl]

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Format: Vinyl
Label: KURONEKO
Rel. Date: 05/24/2024
UPC: 3700398729978

Half Of A Hand [Clear Vinyl]
Artist: Los Lazur
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $35.98
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Autodidact producer based in Marseille, Lois Lazur is a sound artist evolving on the borders of varied musical styles which rub shoulders and sometimes intersect, very gently.This first mini-album "Half Of A Hand" poses as a manifesto, subtly turning towards post-club music, structured around slow grooves where the bass is heavy and the percussions pile up on jerky rhythms.Always rhythmic, often very melodic and although sung, his electronic music with Indus, Acid and Dub sounds, illustrates a poetic and metaphysical aim: an invitation to encounter, to the inhibition of gender and class barriers on a variegated dancefloor and certainly caring.
        
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