Music: KARLITA – Lazydayz [CLIPP100]

French-based House producer KARLITA comes through with a brand new EP titled Lazydayz [CLIPP100]. With smooth, soulful synths and hard-hitting beats, this release is brilliantly produced, bringing energy and a whole lot of personality.

From the get go with “La Chamade,” the ethereal, synth-heavy tone of her music can be felt. With vocal melodies and synth leads that sound moody and spacey, and an infectious groove, this track, as well as tracks like “Don’t Worry” and “Shadows.” The synth-heavy production and moody but beautiful tone to these tracks is really fantastic. The more dynamic tone of “Shadows” brings a slightly darker tone to the project, with more uptempo production that is captivating and pretty infectious. “Dangerous” features a thumping and funky beat, with synths and vocal samples giving the track personality and infectious energy that is perfect for the dancefloor. Overall, KARLITA comes through with a memorable House album that showcases the extent of her talents as a producer. Great project.

Listen to KARLITA’s new EP Lazydayz [CLIPP100] below via Bandcamp and don’t forget to support! Released via clipp .art.

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