Music: Lazy H – Where’s Bill?

North London-based electronic musician Lazy H has released a colourful and upbeat new album titled Where’s Bill? I’m impressed by the dynamic tone of the record and its eclectic production throughout.

The album kicks off with the incredible “Counting Sheep,” a dynamic track with synths leads and electronic effects complementing a high paced beat that brings such incredible energy to the track and the album as a whole. The glitchy “Large or Small” is mesmerizing in it’s groove, while “Kissing Angels” is a moody and ethereal track with a vocals that just sound beautiful. The hard-hitting boom-bap sound of “Himshi” makes it my favourite on the album, with it’s colourful synths and electronic effects. “Far Away” is an emotive track with soothing vocals throughout, while the last two tracks “You Don’t Want It” and “Old Friend” exemplify just how electic of a producer Lazy H is, with grooves and synths that are just infectious. Overall, Where’s Bill? is an eclectic body of work with a wild array of influences, beat arrangements and melodies that keep it captivating throughout its 7 tracks.

Listen to Lazy H’s new album Where’s Bill? below via Bandcamp and don’t forget to support! Released via Stereoptico.

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