LPZ "Grace (LPZ's XLR8ed Edit)"
- Words: Glenn Jackson
The South American trio known as LPZ recently dropped a new EP on the world in the form of a four-track effort called Benedict & Grace (artwork above). Now, the group has shared a new edit (made specifcally for XLR8R, no less) of one of the record's original productions, skipping house groover "Grace." "Grace (LPZ's XLR8ed Edit)" effectively shows off LPZ's gracious touch within the world of warm, percussion-laden house, not to mention the group's clear knack for enticing low-end. Once you've got your fill of this special version of "Grace," make sure to check out the stream of LPZ's new EP for London label Loungin', which also offers up remixes from C.o.n.e. and Trikk, after the jump.
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