Music: El Prevost – A Little Political EP

Legendary South East London producer El Prevost is back with a brand new EP titled A Little Political EP. It’s a hard-hitting project with menacing and almost unsettling electronic synths and beats that pound away throughout the 4 track EP.

“A Little Political” has a thumping beat as well as vocal contributions from Kyla Jenee Lacey in the form of politically charged snippets that talk about social injustice and the black experience in America. “Acid Toner” has an acid house vibe, with swirling horn samples and funky synths that complement the hard-hitting beat. “Nu Jazz” features some live instrumentation in the form of drumming, but the darker tone remains on this track as well with jittery claps and synths. “Wheel” feels tribal with a percussion-heavy beat and a groove that brings a tremendously infectious energy. It’ a great way to end this EP out. Overall, El Prevost comes through with a decent project, highlighting his talents as a producer, continuing that streak of impeccable releases.

Listen to his new project A Little Political EP below via Bandcamp and don’t forget to support! Released via Troy Town Records.

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1 comment on “Music: El Prevost – A Little Political EP

  1. El Prevost

    Thank you Martin for the support .

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