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15 Jun 12
Played by: Myler
Review: After making a sizable impact sonically (if not quite becoming a household name) with his eponymous debut, Lorn is back at camp Brainfeeder with his own contribution to the sprawling sound of the beat scene. His is a direct, punchy style that owes a fair amount to the weight of dubstep, while reaching out into moods and textures of a more complex nature. This new album continues very much in the tradition of the first, coming on dense and a little paranoid, but the dynamics and detail in the tracks is clearly a step on from Lorn's more stripped back origins.
10 Sep 12
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
Review: Continuing his productive new friendship with Ninja Tune, one of the cuts from Lorn's Ask The Dust long player gets the bumper remix treatment from a host of big hitters. Illum Sphere contorts the track into one of his emotive, string-laden epics, while Mike Slott pulls not a single punch with his hard-stepping, beat-rattling take. Mono/poly has a more colourful time of it with rich helpings of maddening synth lines coming in against the grain of the rest of the track. Strangely a separate remix of "Diamond" is tacked on the end courtesy of Dolor, who maximises on some string samples and vocal trickery for a low-slung workout.