Sorry for the double post, but i just couldnt wait.
Thanks to our mate Tyler, i got my hands on Louis La Roche's new EP, called Me & Her, which was released a few hours ago.
Compared to The Peach EP, it is a more grown up set of tracks, also a bit more creative, but never losing that feel of greatness that you got from The Peach EP.
You start off with Me & Her, which starts off with the track with only bass, then a girly scream and then it begins.
Small vocal samples are proeminent, same for a strong drum kick, a simple guitar line and a somewhat high-pitched synth. These are the main elements of the track. Halfway, a build up begins, only to return to where we were.
The track enters a small bass breakdown, and goes back to the normal track until the elements peel off 1 by 1 before the end.
Be Brave has already been posted here, so ill skip this track. The version posted earlier is in 256kbps, the one i have is in 320kbps, so if you want it, contact me.
Distant Lovers is the 3rd track. This is a very diferent track, mainly in one big thing. And quote: "Louis La Roche's Talkbox Mayhem".
Thats right, LLR himself sings here, using a talkbox. Even though the lyrics are hard to understand sometimes, it obvious its about love and grief about the lovers being apart.
As for the instrumental, it starts immediately with a simple beat, small build up, and as you hear him "hmmmmmm", a synth line that sounds kinda trancey comes in, but that goes away buildup and a bassline assists the talkbox and beat.
About halfway comes a buildup, and that trancey synth comes back along with bongos and other stuff. This part is chilled, before another build up and a simple synth line comes in and also a tweak of his talkboxing is heard in the background.
Ends simple, just like Me & Her.
The finale is Sunshine Hotel, played already by Annie Mac at Radio 1.
It starts off with a strong beat, a guitar, and then the sampled vocals come in and 30 seconds in the vocals stutter and we begin.
A bassline comes in to help out the rest of the song until another the beat changes a bit , but that comes back to normal after a short while.
The vocals will then get a bit stuttery, until the end that, as usual, loses elements until the end.
In retrospect i give this EP a 9.5/10. Only cons are the fact that its too short and too expensive ($8 for a 4 track EP? God damn...)
Loving at the distance,
EDIT: We have been asked by Louis's manager to remove the tracks, sorry.