Lapalux’ new single, “Don’t Mean A Thing,” may seem lengthy by song standards, but its electronic fuzz and sensual flow gives you just enough time to chill out.
“Lustmore” is the second album from Lapalux, also known as Stuart Howard, and according to a press release, the album is meant to conjure a retro-futuristic sound a la “Bladerunner” or “2001: A Space Odyssey.”
“Lustmore,” according to a press release, is based on hypnogogia, that sweet spot between awake and asleep, and Howard says old movie soundtracks formed much of the basis of “Lustmore.”
“Whenever I think about the album I think about the bar scene in The Shining,” Howard says in the press release. “There’s something about that strange, hallucinatory psychological madness that relates to the music, both in the making of the actual record and the way it sounds.”
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
“Lustmore,” is out April 7 on Brainfeeder.
- U Never Know (feat. Andreya Triana)
- Sum Body
- Closure (feat. Szjerdene)
- Midnight Peelers
- Push N’ Spun
- We Lost
- Autumn (Tape Interlude)
- Puzzle (feat. Andreya Triana)
- Don’t Mean A Thing
- Make Money
- Funny Games