Lapalux is Stuart Howard. Throughout his new LP, the British producer takes his sound exploration further. It's a journey into an ominous space between life and death. In this 'liminal space where the finite and infinite intermingle', Howard has really found his comfort zone, sound wise. Much of its inspiration was born out of a theatrical score he wrote for a performance art piece that was performed in an East London cemetery: a project 'wrought with doom and melancholia.' The album is said to have been created using only hardware and real instruments. There's the deep and ethereal future beat of "4EVA" featuring Talvi's angelic vocals and even a bit of lush deep house in the form of "Flickering" featuring another gorgeous vocal performance; this time courtesy of one JFDR. "Rotted Arp" sounds exactly like its namesake on this wonky ambient excursion, featuring a contemplative spoken word performance by the Bromance affiliated songstress from Los Angeles: Louisahhh!
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