Low Lite – Primary EP

On September 24, 2019 by ocedm

Nineteen year old artist Low Lite is a name you should definitely keep an eye on in the near future. The Santa Monica native recently released his impressive three track debut EP titled “Primary” on the Texas based imprint Gravitas Recordings. Included in the set are “Love Cadenza”, “HyperJoy” featuring ProbCause and Balkan Bump, and “A Better Day” featuring Irene Waye.

Lorenzo Gordon lists Gramatik, GRiZ, Big Gigantic, and Pretty Lights as some of his influences, which is a good thing because those are the artists I would compare his sound to. He uses his background in classical music and as a saxophonist to create songs that fuse styles of bass, funk, and soul seamlessly together.

“The downtempo “Love Cadenza” starts the EP off on a mellow journey. Low Lite enlists the help of Chicago-rapper ProbCause and ethnomusicologist Balkan Bump, who joins with his signature trumpet, to add a soulful flavor to “HyperJoy.” “A Better Day” features the mystifying vocals of Irene Waye to close out the record. Each track incorporates a spectrum of sound and represents a primary color, with the visual part of the electro-magnetic spectrum transitioning from infrared to ultraviolet.”

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Low Lite – Primary EP Tracklist:

01. Low Lite – Love Cadenza [Red]
02. Low Lite – HyperJoy ft. ProbCause & Balkan Bump [Yellow]
03. Low Lite – A Better Day ft. Irene Waye [Blue]

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