Lawrence Black "All Day"
- Words: Elissa Stolman
With only four releases under its belt, the newly-minted Amadeus imprint has already dove into the deep end of carefully rendered atmospherics and smooth house sounds. A prime example would be Lawrence Black's sultry remix of "Glass Plates" for labelmate Tomas Rubeck, which emerged back in March. Now, Black is back with a sound more suited for the light of day than late-night dancefloors in the form of "All Day." Arriving with hints that he has an upcoming EP on its way via Amadeus, the producer's latest tune scales back to near-silence before building back up into a full-body, disco-flecked groove as if resurfacing from underwater.
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