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Music: Folamour – Ordinary Drugs

French DJ, producer and label boss Folamour comes through with a brand new LP titled Ordinary Drugs, his second studio album. The project has
unique fusion of sunny house, soulful disco and space jazz, one which is perfect for dancefloors around the world this year. The compositions throughout are eclectic and engaging, something which makes Ordinary Drugs an engaging and addicting listen.

From the wailing synths and the high-energy groove on “Don’t Make Me Leave You Again, Girl” to the soulful, jazzy cut on “After Winter Must Come Spring” featuring a gorgeous vocal performance from Elbi and brilliant saxophone and guitar leads, the record is diverse in sound, yet flows effortlessly from one track to the next. It is a true testament to Folamour’s talents as a musician, bringing together a collaborative project that just has me replaying it again and again and again. Excellent stuff!

You can listen to Folamour’s excellent new album Ordinary Drugs below via Bandcamp, and don’t forget to support!

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