March 17, 2015 by: acid stag
A few weeks ago we shared the debut single from Loframes, a new project made up of London singer, songwriter and producer James Yuill and French producer Franck Russo, and today we have another track from them to show you.
‘1996’ takes on an instrumental approach as is slides through arrangements of electronic beats, retro synths and scattered vocal cuts, creating a cavernous soundscape of electronic sound.
You can pick up a copy of the Loframes Get Real (Can’t Touch Your Love) EP on March 23 via Beatport, which also comes with remixes by Kartell and Aashton.
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