Drawing heavily on cinematic inspiration, 'Lustmore' is a must listen.
In anticipation of the upcoming album, Lustmore (to be released on the 7th of April) Lapalux, real name Stuart Howard, has offered up a new track called ‘Don’t Mean a Thing’.
As Stuart explained, his forthcoming LP is based on hypnogogia — the “limbo between being awake and being asleep.” The new material draws heavily on cinematic inspiration, as Lapalux has spent lots of time listening to old film soundtracks.
The official press release describes ‘Don’t Mean a Thing’ as “a warped love song with a throbbing underlying bass and cool synths,” delivering “yet another genre-blending piece of fire from the London-based producer.”
‘Lustmore’ will be released on April 7th via Flying Lotus’ Brainfeeder label.